what does 'n' stands for in spectroscopy?give the formula.1015
In the isomers,enantiomers give the only physical properties present such that no chemical properties present.879
mode of absorption in alimentary canal?1068
why we calibrate ph meter and balance daily.....but hplc and uv requires quaterly?5 13866
why we are use metthanol variously in kfr?why don't use other solutions?4 7595
what is the difference between IR and FTIR instrument analysis2 7941
how can give the expiry period and restadardisation of volumetric solution1209
for heavy metal test lead used in which form pure form or any other form for preparation of lead standard sol
How would you decide dissolution medium for NCE compound of class I drug
How to calculation of residual solvent methanol (3000 ppm) standard solution, and how many quantity used of test sample
Tell me about analytical method validation in QC
How will u perform degradation study in detectors other thann PDA in HPLC Methodology
Please tell me about the pH of Polycaboxylic ether is it in the 5-6 range ever or more than 6
What is the principle of HPLC, GC, LCMS, GCMS,LC QQQ, GC QQQ, LC Q TOF and GC Q TOF. What are the applications and Specificity?
Describe your field experience sample type collected,sample techniques,field measurements taken and equipment used?
What is the calibration of uv process and preparation
why are measure gas flow " ml " in Gas chromatography
how much mass should be there in volumetric flask while in preparation of sample for assay?
some product having water content method with pyridine and ethylene glycol mixture instead of methanol? how they are selecting and methanol is not suitable solvent how ?
WHAT IS DIFFERENCE B/W MALTINGRANG/DSC
what is DIPE limit in residual solvent?
wat is the role of michelson interferometer in FTIR and He-Ne lase.detailed answer required in simple language