Name of Instrument
- GC is capable of separating, detecting and partially characterising the organic compounds particularly when present in small quantities.
- It is used for analysis of drug and their metabolites.
- Separation and identification of volatile materials, plastics, natural and synthetic polymers, paints and microbiological samples.
- Inorganic compound analysis.
High Performance Liquid Chromatography(HPLC)
- Isolation and purification of biologically active natural products.
- Identification of intermediates and target compound.
- Detection of biogenetic intermediates and enzymes involved.
- Used for separation of antibiotic from broth mixture.
- Shelf life determination of pharmaceutical products.
- Complex molecule separation.
- Detection of impurities.
- Qualitative determination of compounds that absorb UV radiation.
- Quantitative determination of compounds that absorb UV radiation.
- For study of chemical kinetics.
- For detection of functional groups.
- It is used to convert one salt to another.
- It is useful for pre-concentration of trace components of a solution to obtain enough for analysis.
- It is used to prepare de-ionized water.
- To analyse base composition of nucleic acid.
- To measure the additives in food and drug sample.
- To separate protein mixture.
- Clinical analysis: To determine of levels of albumin, alkaline phosphatase, aspartate transaminase (AST), blood urea nitrogen, bilirubin, calcium, cholesterol, creatinine, glucose, inorganic phosphorous, proteins ,and uric acid in blood serum or other bodily samples.
- Industrial analysis: To determine levels of nutrients in sea water, soil analysis, plant analysis, tobacco, food , fertilizer and wine analysis.
- It is used for neonatal screening
- Identification of functional groups and structure elucidation of organic compounds.
- Quantitative analysis of a number of organic compounds.
- Study of covalent bonds in molecules.
- Detection of impurities in a compound.
- Studying the progress of reaction.
- Ratio of cis-trans isomers in a mixture of compounds.
- Determination of trace elements in biological fluid like blood, urine etc.
- Elemental profiles of biological sample.
- Determination of the mode of poisoning.
- Determination of amount of catalyst present in pharmaceutical manufacturing processes.
- To check the toxic impurities and to examine the raw materials in industry.
- To detect environmental pollutants such as polycyclic, aromatic hydrocarbons such as pyrene, benzopyrene, organothiophosphorous pesticides, carbamate insecticides.
- For direct or indirect analysis of aromatic amino acids such as phenyl alanine, tyrosine, tryptophan.
- To detect compounds from HPLC flow.
- Accurate determination of glucose.
- Diagnosis of cancer in human tissues.
- pH meter is an instrument used to measure the acidity or alkalinity of a solution - also known as pH. pH is the unit of measure that describes the degree of acidity or alkalinity. It is measured on a scale of 0 to 14.
- pH meters are used in measurements in agriculture, water quality for municipal water supplies, swimming pool, environmental remedies, brewing of wine or beer.