special topics in analytical chem, Chemistry

Q1. a). Using diagram, explain how fluorescence detector optical bench works (5 marks)
(b). Explain the applications of mass spectrometric detector (LC/MS) in HPLC (5 marks)
Q2. Discuss the current development in in the field of mass spectrometry (10 marks)
Q3. Explain how simultaneous qualitative and quantitive proteomics are used in tandem MS in analysis (10marks)
Posted Date: 3/20/2013 10:20:59 AM | Location : Kenya

Related Discussions:- special topics in analytical chem, Assignment Help, Ask Question on special topics in analytical chem, Get Answer, Expert's Help, special topics in analytical chem Discussions

Write discussion on special topics in analytical chem
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
The ground state term symbol for an electronic state is governed by : (1) Heisenberg's principle  (2) Hund's rule (3) Aufbau principle (4) Pauli exclusion principle

The number of electrons in the valence shell of calcium is: (1) 6        (2) 8        (3) 2        (4)4 Ans: 2

Consider a distillation column that separates benzene and toluene. 100 moles of an equimolar mixture is fed to the column. The overhead product from the column is fed to a total co

Q. Requirements for the evaluation process? Some of the requirements to be kept in mind for the evaluation of the products are listed herewith: • People in a sensory test a

Demonstrate the effect of foaming in preparation of cold and hot souffles? After undertaking this activity, you will be able to: • learn how to prepare hot and cold souffle,

Oat products Oats fulfill admirably the description of a  functional food, as one that, in addition to providing all normal attributes of a food - basic sustenance, pleasing t

Alkyl substituents on the double bond 2,3-Dimethyl-2-butene has four alkyl substituents on the double bond. This alkene is more stable than 2,3-dimethyl-1-butene and 2-ethyl-1-

Reaction of 4 - bromobenzyl chloride with sodium cyanide in ethanol leads to?

Physical Properties - Alkenes (i) Alkenes are odourless and colourless. (ii) Alkenes are soluble in organic solvents and insoluble in water. (iii) Physical state of Alken