Notes to understand topics in analytical chemistry.
The Visible Spectrum with VIBGYOR (Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red)
Different transitions between the bonding and anti-bonding electronic states when light energy is absorbed in UV-Visible Spectroscopy.
A diagrammatic representation of the hypothetical situation to derive the Beer-Lambert law containing a sample of path length b through which monochromatic light is passed.
Figure A: Shows the difference in deviations in absorbance when values are obtained at maximum wavelength of absorbance (band A) vs other wavelengths of absorbance (band B). Figure B: shows the deviations in Beer-Lambert law due to observations made at wavelengths other than lambda max.
Transoid and Cisoid Dienes with substituents highlighted in red.
pKa scale for acidity and basicity
Applications and Examples of Henderson Hasselbalch Equation