Open Access Medical Books



Edited by Jamal Uddin .

Open Access .
458 pages .
ISBN 978-953-51-0664-7 .

The book “ Macro to Nano Spectroscopy” has been written to fulfill a need for an upto-date text on spectroscopy. It has vast of applications, including study of Macro to Nanomaterial, remote sensing in terrestrial and planetary atmospheres, fundamental laboratory spectroscopic studies, industrial process monitoring, and pollution regulatory studies. The importance of spectroscopy in the physical and chemical processes going on in planets, stars, comets and the interstellar medium has continued to grow as a result of the use of satellites and the building of radio telescopes for the microwave and millimeter wave regions.
This book has wide variety of topics in spectroscopy including spectrophotometric apparatus and techniques. Topics covered absorption, emissions, scattering, causes of non-linearity, monochromators, detectors, photocells, photomultipliers, differential spectrophotometry, spectrophotometric titration, single beam, dual and multi wave length spectrophotometry, and diode array spectrophotometers.
The emphasis of this book serve both theorist and experimentalist. The authors present the models and concepts needed by theorists to understand the spectroscopic language spoken by molecules as translated by experimentalists and the tools and terminology needed by experimentalists to communicate with both molecules and theorists.
We (INTECH Publisher and Editor) owe our gratitude to the experts who gave much of their time and expertise in determining the scientific merit of the articles submitted to this special book.
Coppin State University professors Dr. Moses Wekesa, Dr. Hany F. Sobhi and Dr. Mintesnot Jiru helped greatly with the review of some chapters of this book and I would like to thank them very much for their critical work.

Jamal Uddin
Associate Professor of Natural Sciences
Director of Nanotech Center
Coppin State University, Baltimore, Maryland,


Section 1 Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy .

 1 Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy: Fundamentals and Applications in Medicine 3 José Manuel González-López, Elena María González-Romarís, Isabel Idoate-Cervantes and Jesús Fernando Escanero

 2 Analysis of Environmental Pollutants by Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry 25 Cynthia Ibeto, Chukwuma Okoye, Akuzuo Ofoefule and Eunice Uzodinma

 3 Estimation of the Velocity of the Salivary Film at the Different Regions in the Mouth – Measurement of Potassium Chloride in the Agar Using Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry 51 Shigeru Watanabe

 4 An Assay for Determination of Hepatic Zinc by AAS – Comparison of Fresh and Deparaffinized Tissue 71 Raquel Borges Pinto, Pedro Eduardo Fröehlich, Ana Cláudia Reis Schneider, André Castagna Wortmann, Tiago Muller Weber and Themis Reverbel da Silveira

Section 2 UV-VIS Spectroscopy .

 5 Synthesis and Characterization of CdSe Quantum Dots by UV-Vis Spectroscopy 81 Petero Kwizera, Alleyne Angela, Moses Wekesa, Md. Jamal Uddin and M. Mobin Shaikh

 6 The Use of Spectrophotometry UV-Vis for the Study of Porphyrins 87 Rita Giovannetti

 7 Spectrophotometric Methods as Solutions to Pharmaceutical Analysis of β-Lactam Antibiotics 109 Judyta Cielecka-Piontek, Przemysław Zalewski, Anna Krause and Marek Milewski

 8 Identification, Quantitative Determination, and Antioxidant Properties of Polyphenols of Some Malian Medicinal Plant Parts Used in Folk Medicine 131 Donatien Kone, Babakar Diop, Drissa Diallo, Abdelouaheb Djilani and Amadou Dicko

Section 3 FT-IR Spectroscopy .

 9 Organic Compounds FT-IR Spectroscopy 145 Adina Elena Segneanu, Ioan Gozescu, Anamaria Dabici, Paula Sfirloaga and Zoltan Szabadai

 10 Application of Infrared Spectroscopy in Biomedical Polymer Materials 165 Zhang Li, Wang Minzhu, Zhen Jian and Zhou Jun

Section 4 Fluorescence Spectroscopy .

 11 Laser Fluorescence Spectroscopy: Application in Determining the Individual Photophysical Parameters of Proteins 183 Alexander A. Banishev

 12 Current Achievement and Future Potential of Fluorescence Spectroscopy 209 Nathir A. F. Al-Rawashdeh

Section 5 Other Spectroscopy .

 13 Basic Principles and Analytical Application of Derivative Spectrophotometry 253 Joanna Karpinska

 14 Spectrophotometry as a Tool for Dosage Sugars in Nectar of Crops Pollinated by Honeybees 269 Vagner de Alencar Arnaut de Toledo, Maria Claudia Colla Ruvolo-Takasusuki, Arildo José Braz de Oliveira, Emerson Dechechi Chambó and Sheila Mara Sanches Lopes

 15 Multivariate Data Processing in Spectrophotometric Analysis of Complex Chemical Systems 291 Zoltan Szabadai, Vicenţiu Vlaia, Ioan Ţăranu, Bogdan-Ovidiu Ţăranu, Lavinia Vlaia and Iuliana Popa

 16 Optical and Resonant Non-Linear Optical Properties of J-Aggregates of Pseudoisocyanine Derivatives in Thin Solid Films 317 Vladimir V. Shelkovnikov and Alexander I. Plekhanov

 17 A Comparative Study of Analytical Methods for Determination of Polyphenols in Wine by HPLC/UV-Vis, Spectrophotometry and Chemiluminometry 357 Vesna Weingerl

 18 A Review of Spectrophotometric and Chromatographic Methods and Sample Preparation Procedures for Determination of Iodine in Miscellaneous Matrices 371 Anna Błażewicz

 19 Quality Control of Herbal Medicines with Spectrophotometry and Chemometric Techniques – Application to Baccharis L. Species Belonging to Sect – Caulopterae DC. (Asteraceae) 399 María Victoria Rodriguez, María Laura Martínez, Adriana Cortadi, María Noel Campagna, Osvaldo Di Sapio, Marcos Derita, Susana Zacchino and Martha Gattuso

 20 Flow-Injection Spectrophotometric Analysis of Iron (II), Iron (III) and Total Iron 421 Ibrahim Isildak .

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