CD-ORD Spectroscopy

This analysis is widely used for studying the higher-order structure of biomacromolecules such as proteins, glycoproteins and DNA; subtle changes in the folding of the backbone can be detected in realistic aqueous environments by CD in the far-UV wavelength range.

Determine secondary structure, optical isomerism, protein conformation, chiral discrimination, and thermal stability of biomolecules.

Acquire data on chiral molecules even without chromophores by measuring the chirality of non-absorbing samples and checking for absolute configuration.