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– 1000+ Multiple Choice Questions & Answers in Analytical Instrumentation with explanations.
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Here’s list of Questions & Answers on Analytical Instrumentation Subject covering 100+ topics:
1. Colorimetry and Spectrometry
The section contains questions and answers on spectral method of analysis, uv visible spectrometers, single beam and double beam instruments, absorption instrumentation, fourier transform infra red spectrometers, instrumentation of ir, atomic absorption spectrometer and flame emission photometers.
The section contains questions on introduction and operations of chromatography, column efficiency and column resolution, gas chromatography and gas solid chromatography, high pressure liquid chromatography and amino acid analysers.
3. Industrial Gas Analysers
The section contains questions and answers on no2, h2s and infra red analysers, magnetic wind instruments, paramagnetic oxygen analysers, gas density and ionization of gases.
Paramagnetic Oxygen Analyser
Magnetic Wind Instruments
Electrochemical Methods for Oxygen Analysis
Infrared Gas Analysers
Thermal Conductivity Analysers
Analysers Based on Gas Density
Method Based on Ionization of Gases
4. Pollution Monitoring Instruments
The section contains questions on sulphur di-oxide monitoring, estimation of nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons.
Sulphur Di-oxide Monitoring
Estimation of Nitrogen Oxides
Estimation of Carbon Monoxide
Estimation of Hydrocarbons
5. pH Meters and Ion Analysers
The section contains questions on ph measurment and types, combination, hydrogen and glass electrodes, ph meters, ammonia and fluoride electrodes, ion analyser and biosensors.
6. Dissolved Component Analysers
The section contains questions on dissolved oxygen analyser, sodium and silica analyser.
Dissolved Oxygen Analyser
7. Radiochemical Techniques
The section contains questions and answers on fundamentals of radiochemical methods, radiation detectors, gamma camera, liquid scintillation counters and pulse height analyser.
Fundamentals of Radiochemical Methods
Liquid Scintillation Counters
Pulse Height Analyser
8. X-Ray Spectrometers
The section contains questions and answers on instrumentation of x-Ray spectroscopy and diffractometers, x-ray absorption meter, x-ray fluorescene spectrometer and electron probe microanalyser.
Instrumentation of X-Ray Spectroscopy
X-Ray Absorption Meter
X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry – Introduction
X-Ray Fluorescent Spectrometer
Total Reflection X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer
Electron Probe Microanalyser
9. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer
The section contains questions on types of nmr spectrometer, continous wave nmr spectrometer, principles of nuclear magnetic resonance and fourier transform nmr spectroscopy.
Principle of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer
Types of NMR Spectrometers
Continuous Wave NMR Spectroscopy
Fourier Transform NMR Spectroscopy
Sensivity Enhancement for NMR Spectroscopy
10. Mass Spectrometer
The section contains questions and answers on components and principles of mass spectrometer, radio frequency and quadrupole mass spectrometer, ion transducers, gas and liquid mass spectrometer, magnetic deflection of mass spectrometer and tandem mass spectroscopy.
11. Electron and Ion Spectrometers
The section contains questions on surface spectroscopic techniques, instrumentation of ion and electron spectroscopy, auger electron spectroscopy and electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis.
Surface Spectroscopic Techniques
Electron Spectroscopy for Chemical Analysis
Auger Electron Spectroscopy
Instrumentation for Electron Spectroscopy
Instrumentation of Ion Spectroscopy
12. Electron Spin Resonance Spectrometers
The section contains questions on electron spin resonance and basic and instrumentation of esr spectrometer.
Electron Spin Resonance
Basic ESR Spectrometer
|Instrumentation of ESR Spectrometer|
13. Digital Circuits
The section contains questions on digital circuits and
|Digital Circuits||Logic Families|
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