UV Spectroscopy

Ultraviolet and Visible Spectroscopy


The UV spectroscopy (ultraviolet spectroscopy) is a physical technique of the optical spectroscopy that uses light in the visible (VIS), ultraviolet and near infrared ranges.

The measurement of a UV-VIS spectrum is recorded with a UV-VIS spectrometer, from which various devices from different manufacturers for general and specific applications are commercially available. The recorded spectra data are evaluated and interpreted. A UV / VIS absorption spectrum gives information about the electronic transitions in a molecule. Qualitatively, this spectroscopic method can be used by interpreting the shape and position of the resulting absorption bands for structural elucidation. As a quantitative method of analytical chemistry, the UV spectroscopy is used as a very sensitive detection method of individual chemical compounds and chromophoric groups.

Below you will find online available information resources on uv vis spectroscopy.



Content:


General Information
Details
Lecture Notes, Tutorials
Special Information
Practical Courses
Compound Classes
Data and Databases
Software and Programs



General Information


Visible and Ultraviolet Spectroscopy
Optical spectroscopy and instrumentation - Format: PDF



Details


UV-Vis Absorption Spectroscopy
Theoretical principles

UV-Vis Luminescence Spectroscopy
Theoretical principles



Lecture Notes, Tutorials


Basic UV-VIS Theory
Concepts and Applications - Format: PDF

Conjugated Systems
Conjugated systems, orbital symmetry and UV spectroscopy - Format: PDF

Diffuse Reflectance IR and UV-vis Spectroscopy
Modern Methods in Heterogeneous Catalysis

Proteins
UV-visible, fluorescence and CD spectroscopy of proteins - Format: PDF

Ultraviolet Spectroscopy
Lecture notes - Format: PDF

Ultraviolet/Visible Spectroscopy
Notes: modern chemical techniques. RSC - Format: PDF

Ultraviolet/Visible Spectroscopy
Lecture notes: spectroscopy of organic compounds - Format: PDF

UV/VIS Spectroscopy
Theory of Ultraviolet-Visible (UV-Vis) Spectroscopy

UV/VIS Spectroscopy
Ultraviolet and visible spectroscopy

UV/VIS Spectroscopy
Visible and Ultraviolet Spectroscopy

UV/Vis-NIR Absorption Spectroscopy
Tutorial on UV-Visible Spectroscopy. Agilent - Format: PDF

UV/VIS-Spectroscopy
Lecture notes - Format: PDF

UV/VIS-Spectroscopy
Lecture notes

UV/VIS-Spectroscopy
Lecture notes

UV-VIS Spectroscopy
Lecture notes: organic spectroscopy - Format: PDF

UV-VIS-Spectroscopy
Ultraviolet/Visible Absorption Spectroscopy



Special Information


High-Resolution UV Spectroscopy
of aromatic molecules and complexes



Practical Courses


pKa of a dye
Physical Biochemistry Lab, UV-VIS Spectroscopy - Format: PDF



Compound Classes


Conjugated Dienes
Lecture Notes: Conjugated Dienes and Ultraviolet Spectroscopy - Format: PDF



Data and Databases


Dyes and Indicators
USC-A Chemistry UV-Vis Database

SDBS
Integrated Spectral Data Base System for Organic Compounds. AIST, Japan

UV/Vis+ Spectra Data Base
Photochemistry Database: Spectral information (gas, liquid and solid phase from EUV-VUV-UV-Vis-NIR) and related data (e.g. information concerning publications on quantum yield studies or photolysis studies) from published papers. science-softCon



Software and Programs


UV Probe
Software Package for UV-Vis Spectroscopy. Shimadzu, France




Related Books and Scientific Literature: UV Spectroscopy


Book recommendation

Manfred Hesse, Herbert Meier, Bernd Zeeh, and Richard Dunmur

Spectroscopic Methods in Organic Chemistry

Spectroscopic Methods in Organic Chemistry covers all aspects of modern spectroscopic methodology. It provides the necessary equipment for the application of spectroscopic methods in organic chemistry, as required as part of chemistry courses in all universities. The following methods are explained and examples given: UV/Vis Spectroscopy, derivative Spectroscopy, chirooptical methods CD and ORD, aggregated molecules, charge transfer complexes, conjugated oligomers Infrared (IR) and Raman Spectroscopy, Fourier transform IR spectroscopy, and GC/IR combination methods and more.

The layout and many tables help to introduce the reader to spectroscopy. The extensive and thorough approach makes the text the first choice both as a companion for the professional chemists and as a refresher course in practical spectroscopy.

Thieme; 2014





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