dichroism


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pleochroism of a crystal so that it exhibits two different colors when viewed from two different directions

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The IR dichroism of a heat-drawn polymer film was measured within the spectral range of 400 to 4000 [cm.
We then used the Circular Dichroism beamline (B23) at Diamond Light Source, the UK's national synchrotron science facility in Oxfordshire, to track the refolding of the myoglobin structure and were astounded when we became aware of the extremely high thermal resistance of the new material," he added.
Cloete, An eigenvalue theory of circular birefringence and dichroism in a non-magnetic chiral medium, J.
Among the topics are valence photoelectronic circular dichroism of gas phase enantiomers, the infrared and Raman detection of transient chirality recognition in the gas phase with ethanol as a case study, enantioselectivity in gas-phase ion-molecule reactions, equilibrium methods, deoxy oligonucliotides as chiral references for discriminating enantiomeric amino acids under mass spectrometry, solution-phase versus gas-phase chiral recognition by electrospray ionization mass spectrometry with a case study of two chiral selector classes.
A comparison of molluscan and arthropod hemocyanin-I: circular dichroism and absorption spectra.
The secondary structure of ovomucoid and its domains as studied by circular dichroism.
The circular dichroism spectra of severely affected AD DNA showed a typical left-handed Z-DNA conformation; whereas normal, young, and aged brain DNA have the usual B-DNA conformation.
This company's product line includes testers for FT-IR, dispersive Raman, UV-Vis/NIR and circular dichroism, as well as polarimeters, fluorescence spectrometers and dissolution testers.
Vibrational circular dichroism (VCD), supercrifical fluid chromatography (SFC) and chiral columns are all crucial tools for studying and separating chiral molecules.
Jasco has introduced the latest in the J series of spectropolarimeters for measuring circular dichroism.
The OAC can be used to measure light scattering effects, determine dichroism and birefringence, and take diffraction measurements.
Magnetic circular dichroism spectroscopy (MCD) is a very useful method for evaluation of the coordination structure of heme iron complexes including the determination of the oxidation state, spin state and axial ligand identification in heme proteins with a structurally uncharacterized heme center.
We performed temperature induced denaturation studies monitored by circular dichroism.
The cell may be used to determine a range of optical properties including light scattering effects, diffraction measurements, and determination of dichroism and birefringence.