CD Spectroscopy

Circular dichroism (CD) spectroscopy is a spectroscopic technique where the CD of molecules is measured over a range of wavelengths.

To determine the specific rotation of a sugar using a polarimeter.
The purpose of this lab is to use optical rotation as a method for determining the identity of unknown sugars. By doing this experiment the user will be able to: Understand the interaction of plane polarized light with solutions of chiral substances
To understand the effect of chiral substances on plane polarized light as a function of wavelength.
To understand the effect of chiral substance on a plane polarised light as a effect of wave length. By doing this experiment the user will be able to understand that: A plane polarised light is made up of one Right Circularly and one Left Circularly pol
To study the Optical Rotatory Dispersion (ORD) of some chiral substances.
The purpose of this lab is to make students familiar with different types of ORD spectra obtained from different chiral substances. By doing this experiment user will be able to,Develop an understanding about assigning R and S configuration to chiral stru
To study the Circular Dichroism of some substances with chiral chromophores.
The purpose of this lab is to make students familiar with different types of CD spectra obtained from different chiral substances with chromophore. By doing this experiment user will be able to, Develop an understanding about assigning R and S configurat
To Study the effect of Secondary Structure elements on CD spectrum of proteins.
To learn the application of CD in the field of biochemistry as a tool for studying biomolecules, especially proteins.To establish an understanding about the structure and function of the most important biomolecule, the Proteins, and to study their relatio
To deconvolute the CD spectrum of a given protein solution and to classify it in terms of its second
To deconvolute the CD spectrum of a given protein solution and to classify it in terms of its secondary structure elements.
To estimate the distribution of secondary structure elements of proteins. (Protein Classification)
To estimate the distribution of secondary structure elements of proteins. (Protein Classification)
To study Thermodynamics and Thermal Stability of proteins.
The thermal stability and shelf life of protein varies depending upon the type of buffer it is dissolved in. This module will explain how to estimate the thermodynamics parameters like enthalpy (ΔH), entropy (ΔS), and equilibrium constant of unfolding.
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