absorption spectrum

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the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation that has passed through a medium that absorbed radiation of certain wavelengths

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The UV-visible optical absorption spectrum of pure PVA and PVA/PDAP composite are .
Common 4-ketocarotenoids cannot account for this shoulder because they have a unimodal absorption spectrum centered ~460 nm in the solvent system we used, pointing to the presence of a red pigment that absorbs at longer wavelengths than common 4-keto-carotenoids.
As seen, the shape of the absorption spectrum of PPME resembles that of PPa with two strong absorption vibronic bands centered at 412.
All biological systems have a unique absorption spectrum.
If Beer's law is obeyed for all the compounds over the whole wavelength range used and the path-length is 1cm, the absorption spectrum of the mixture is defined by the equation:
A comparative study of IR absorption spectrum for carbon nano-tubes unmodified with the same IR absorption spectrum for carbon nano-tubes plated with iron (III) oxide (fig.
s] and the structure is a mirror image of the absorption spectrum shown in Fig.
The other tablet excipients usually present during compounding are not likely to interfere with the absorption spectrum of artesunate (Fig.
The result would be a yellow tint from the additive's absorption spectrum.
Addition of the cationic surfactant CTAB resulted in a 6-fold increase in polymer fluorescence intensity and a narrowed, blue-shifted polymer absorption spectrum, suggesting that interaction with surfactant helped to break up polymer aggregates.
Plotting the strength of the detector signal over time provides an absorption spectrum for the sample, which can be compared against the known absorbance of specific molecules.
Oxygen-deuterium bonds in the gem's water molecules absorb specific wavelengths of the light, yielding an absorption spectrum that serves as an optical signature.
The aim of multivariate regression methods is to correlate variations in blood FT-IR absorption spectra with the known changes in the absorption spectrum of a pure component when the concentration of the pure component varies within samples.
Due to structural and electronic reasons, the absorption spectrum of the dimer differs drastically from that of the monomeric species.