NOC:Spectroscopic Techniques for Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical Industries


Lecture 1 - Introduction to Spectroscopy - I


Lecture 2 - Introduction to Spectroscopy - II


Lecture 3 - Introduction to Spectroscopy - III


Lecture 4 - Introduction to Spectroscopy - IV


Lecture 5 - Introduction to Spectroscopy - V


Lecture 6 - Introduction to Spectroscopy - VI


Lecture 7 - Rotational, rotational Raman Spectroscopy theory and Application - I


Lecture 8 - Rotational, rotational Raman Spectroscopy theory and Application - II


Lecture 9 - Vibrational Spectroscopy Theory and Application - I


Lecture 10 - Vibrational, Rotational-Vibrational, Raman Spectroscopy - II


Lecture 11 - Vibrational, Rotational-Vibrational, Raman Spectroscopy - III


Lecture 12 - Problems on Rotational, Vibrational and Raman Spectroscopy


Lecture 13 - Atomic Spectroscopy - I


Lecture 14 - Atomic Spectroscopy - II


Lecture 15 - Atomic Spectroscopy - III


Lecture 16 - Atomic Spectroscopy - IV


Lecture 17 - Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy


Lecture 18 - Electronic Spectra of Diatomic Molecules and UV-Vis Spectroscopy


Lecture 19 - UV-Visible Spectroscopy of Conjugated Molecules


Lecture 20 - UV-Vis Spectroscopy and its Applications - I


Lecture 21 - UV-Vis Spectroscopy and its Applications - II


Lecture 22 - UV-Vis and Fluorescence Spectroscopy


Lecture 23 - Fluorescence Spectroscopy (Continued...)


Lecture 24 - Application of Fluorescence Spectroscopy


Lecture 25 - Application of Steady-State Fluorescence


Lecture 26 - Time- resolved Fluorescence Spectroscopy


Lecture 27 - Microscopy


Lecture 28 - Contrast in Microscopy, Fluorescence Microscopy


Lecture 29 - Fluorescence Microscopy and Application


Lecture 30 - Principle of NMR


Lecture 31 - NMR data processing and Chemical shift


Lecture 32 - Structure Informations from NMR


Lecture 33 - Structure Calculation and 2D-NMR Spectroscopy


Lecture 34 - Mass Spectroscopy