Analytical Techniques in Forensic Science: Spectroscopy and Chromatography

Nupoor Gopal Neole (Jain University, India)
Copyright: © 2024 |Pages: 240
EISBN13: 9798369373163|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-9800-2.ch008
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Spectroscopy and chromatography are two fundamental analytical techniques widely used in scientific research, industrial applications, and various fields of study, including chemistry, biology, environmental science, and forensic science. Spectroscopy involves the interaction of matter with electromagnetic radiation, allowing the characterization of molecules based on their absorption, emission, or scattering of light. Chromatography, on the other hand, is a separation technique that separates and analyzes mixtures based on differences in their distribution between a mobile phase and a stationary phase. This abstract provides an overview of the principles, methodologies, and applications of spectroscopy and chromatography. It highlights their significance in elucidating the chemical composition, structure, and properties of substances, as well as their roles in qualitative and quantitative analysis, detection of impurities, and identification of compounds in complex matrices.
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