tlc is used to check wheather the reaction is completed or not. hplc is used to identify, quantify,and for separation of mixture
calibration is also one of the system suitability test,whether the system working satisfactory or not physically so when you do the calibration for pH meter with standard pH buffer solution (which is from NIST-it may accurate solution for actual pH)and once if your instrument has calibrated,you can cross verify your insrument against those pH buffer solution (NIST) and the acceptable range is +/- 0.02 then you can conclude for ? once if temperature raises the pH will decrease and its not all cases
#Base line is nothing but the detectors response to the mobile phase.(gc,hplc) #Base line should be stable to start a run. #Un stabilized base line is called as base line noise. #Base line noise is of many types.. 1)Cyclic base line 2)Synchorinise noise 3)Asynchorinise noise 4)Base line drift 5)Spikes 6)Negative peaks 7)No peaks #Base line noise is attributed due to mobile phase,sample, system problems.leaks in the system,temperature variations in lab etc..
The chemical substances that pair each other, to form complexes. These can use for stabilization of one of the molecule that is more active or to colorifying etc.
The H is the height of the main peak and the h is the lowest height of a peak in the range of X5 the main peak (around the amin peak)
1) Explain the term Aliquot and Diluent?
Molality is the number of solutes that are present in 1 kg of a solvent.
Titration is a process to determine the molarity of a base or an acid. In this process, a reaction is carried out between the known volumes of a solution with a known concentration, against the known volume of a solution with an unknown concentration.
A buffer is an aqueous solution which has highly stable pH. It is a blend of a weak acid and its conjugate base or vice versa. On adding a small amount of base or acid to buffer, its pH hardly changes.
In buffer when hydrogen ion is added, it will be neutralized by the base in the buffer. Hydroxide ion will be neutralized by the acid. On the overall pH of the buffer solution, these neutralization reactions will not show much effect.
While when you select an acid as a buffer solution, try to use an acid that has a pH closed to your desired pH. This will help your buffer to achieve a nearly equivalent amount of acid and conjugate base, so that it will enable to neutralize as much as H+ and OH -.
Mole is the unit used to define the number of chemical substance present in a substance. It is the amount of substance which consists of the same number of chemical units as there are atoms in exactly 12 gram of pure carbon-12.
What is your background in analytical chemistry?
The interviewer is trying to gauge the extent of the candidates knowledge in analytical chemistry. This is important because it will help determine whether the candidate is qualified for the position.
Analytical chemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with the analysis of chemical compounds. It is important for analytical chemists to have a strong background in this area in order to be able to effectively analyze data and solve problems.
Example: “ I have a bachelors degree in analytical chemistry from the University of XYZ. I have worked as an analytical chemist for the past XYZ years, and have experience with a variety of analytical techniques. I am familiar with chromatography, spectroscopy, and mass spectrometry, and have used these techniques to analyze a variety of samples. I am also experienced in data analysis and interpretation, and have authored several scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals. ”
What is your experience with quality control/quality assurance?
An interviewer would ask “What is your experience with quality control/quality assurance?” to a/an Analytical Chemist to find out if they have experience working with quality control and quality assurance procedures. Quality control and quality assurance are important in any scientific field, but they are especially important in the field of analytical chemistry. This is because analytical chemists are often responsible for ensuring that the data they collect is accurate and precise. Quality control and quality assurance procedures help to ensure that data is of the highest quality possible.
Example: “ I have experience with quality control/quality assurance in a pharmaceutical manufacturing setting. I was responsible for ensuring that products met all quality standards before they were released for sale. This involved performing various tests on products and raw materials, as well as investigating any complaints or issues that arose. I also developed and implemented quality control procedures and protocols. ”