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Answer / krishna varma
UV detector is solute property detector,
RI detector is bulk property detector and it is generally
used in the analysis of UV in-active compounds and macro
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Answer / suresh
uv detector used when there are chromophers in the
structure of the analyte and presence of conjucation system
compounds without having conjucation system will not be
detected by uv. in those cases we use rid.
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Answer / s kumar
uv is used when the compound having chromophors so, this is
a compound chemical property.but every compound having
their owen ri so,this is a compound physical paramter
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Answer / suresh
UV DETECTOR IS SOLUTE PROPRTY DECTOR
RI DECTOR IS A BULK PROPERTY DECTOR ITY MEASURES BOTH
SOLUTE PROPERTY AND SOLVENT PROPERTY
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