Subject: Why does DNA absorb UV light?
Date: Mon Feb 25 15:35:59 2002
Posted by John
Grade level: undergrad
School: Anderson Universtiy
City: Anderson State/Province: IN
Country: United States
Area of science: Molecular Biology
We recently did a lab that involved isolating DNA from plant cells. We
quantified our results using a spectrophotometer. However, I am unclear as to
how the UV light projected in the spectrophotometer is able to detect the DNA.
Why does DNA absorb UV light?
Re: Why does DNA absorb UV light?
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