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Applications of UV-visible molecular absorption spectrometry Chem 420 September 29, 2008 Professor Ryan C. Bailey
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Problem set #2—available now z Due on October 1 z Assignments are due at beginning of class—starts at 12 Noon! z For full credit assignments must be in box when the lecture begins. z Any assignment turned in between noon and 12:05 PM will automatically be deducted 5 points. z Assignments will NOT be accepted for credit after 12:05 PM. Score = 0 z Change to problem 7 (Skoog 13-8) : 7.00x10 3 M -1 cm -1 (not 7.00 x 10 - 3 ) z Look at Callie’s problem set guideline
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Review session and test logistics z Review session: Monday, October 6, 6-8 PM, 161 Noyes Lab z Exam date, time, and location: Wednesday, October 8, 12-12:50 PM z Last names beginning A-Mc : 217 Noyes Lab z Last names beginning Me-Z : 192 Lincoln Hall z Students will sit every other seat filling room from back z Exam begins promptly at 12 noon and ends at 12:50 PM. z Special situations need to notify me in advance to find solution. z Remember, you get one sheet of paper to write anything
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Instrument configurations z Single-beam z Double-beam z Multichannel
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Single-beam UV-vis spectrometers
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Double-beam in space UV-vis spectrometers z Beam is split into two paths and measured by matched detectors z Difficult to find perfectly matched detectors
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Double-beam in time UV vis spectrometers z Beam is split in two, but measured by same detector
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Multichannel UV-vis spectrometers z Dispersing optic (grating or prism) used to separate different wavelengths in space. z Detection with diode array or CCD z Fast acquisition of entire spectrum
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Reflective dip probes
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Everyone’s favorite Spec 20
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Cary 100 double beam spectrometer
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Cary 300 double-dispersing spectrophotometer z Why does double dispersion help with extending absorption to ~5.0 absorbance units?
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Diode array spectrophotometers
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Fiber optic diode array spectrometers
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