Found 5 Articles for Analytical Chemistry

Types of Titration

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 17-Apr-2023 15:28:28
Introduction Titration is a quantitative analysis used in chemistry used to identify the strength or concentration of a given unknown chemical solution by analysing it with a known solution concentration with the presence of an indicator. Both oxidation and reduction happen at the same time. Titration is a process for calculating the quantity of one unknown solution concentration by other solutions. An Indicator is required to detect the endpoint of equivalence. It generally occurs with colour change. What is Titration? Chemical reaction occurs with the interchange of ions when certain chemical species are in contact with each other. Titration ... Read More

Uses of Centrifuge

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 14-Apr-2023 15:25:26
Introduction Centrifuge and its application explained by Sir Isaac Newton in his second law of motion. He outlined that a moving body when it is free, travels in a straight line. The opposite in his theory is the restraining force when it changes its position. This force generally exerts pressure against the restraining force so that it can travel in a straight line. The theory about it is that the force extends by extending the angular velocity of rotation and the mass of the object. The centrifugal force sometimes connected straight with the pull of gravity of the object. ... Read More

Mass Spectrometry

Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 12-Jan-2023 17:55:22
Introduction The mass spectrometers are mainly utilized in order to detect several unknown components through molecular weight and it also helps in the determination of phenomenon. This process also helps to quantify the already detected components and determine the structure and chemical properties of the molecules that are present in the given sample. The mass spectrometer generally performs through three major steps including Ionization Source, Ion Detection System, and Mass Analyzer. The two instruments that are utilized in various technical fields to study mass spectrometry is also determined as mass spectroscopy, are mass spectrometers and mass spectrographs. What is Mass ... Read More

Colour Spectrum

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 15-Dec-2022 18:07:35
Introduction The classic hues of such a rainbow inside the spectrum, named by Isaac Newton in 1671 from the Latin term for an appearance, include all Colours that may be formed using visible light of such a particular wavelength exclusively, the pure spectra and monochromatic tints. The capability of the individual sight to differentiate Colours is dependent on the varied sensitivity of distinct retinal cells with unique wavelengths of light. People are trichromatic, which means that the retina has three kinds of Colour receptor cells known as cones. When one or maybe more kinds of a human's Coloursensing cones seem ... Read More


Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 15-Dec-2022 18:03:23
Introduction While performing experiments, scientists often need to measure the values of a particular compound in the concentrated solution or coloured solutions. Only eyes are not good enough to decide the concentration in coloured solutions. To carry out such experiments, a device is used known as a colorimeter. Therefore, it helps detect colour and determine the colour and determine a solution’s concentration. It works on the principle of absorbance of a specific wavelength of light in a particular solution, that is, how much light is absorbed and how much light passes through in a liquid or solution by analysing colour ... Read More