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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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For the determination of CL in this mixture, the stored absorption spectra data of standard solution of CL,CH and ACB and a solution of their mixture were divided (amplitude by amplitude at the appropriate wavelengths) by the absorption spectrum of a standard CH solution.
UV/VIS absorption spectra of 150 kGy irradiated PVA/CdS nanocomposite films (containing various molar ratios of [Cd.
However, the peaks on the absorption spectra shifted to shorter wavelengths by ~16 nm compared to those on the reflectance spectra (Fig.
First, the spectra are heavily overlapping as seen in Figure 2 where the mid-infrared absorption spectra of methane, ethane, propane and n-butane are shown.
Some specific chapter topics include OH-related infrared absorption spectra in silicate glasses, a new photochromic diarylethene for optical storage, and the welding thermo cycle and HAZ softening of a CT80 butt weld joint.
Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy analysis results in an absorption spectra which provides information about the chemical bonds and molecular structure of a material.
The UV-visible absorption spectra of p-N,N-dimethylaminocinnamonitrile in many solvents of varying polarity and hydrogen bonding ability are presented.
However, by synthesizing them at temperatures lower than those for conventional methods (below 200 C), the reaction rates were slowed (approximately 40 min), enabling the tracking of the reaction process using optical absorption spectra.
Briefly, absorption spectra of 362 [micro]g aromatase protein in 1.
Most recently, Allamandola has found that replacing one of the carbons in a PAH compound with a nitrogen atom yields molecules with absorption spectra similar to some recently observed unexplained spectra from space.
The UV-Visible absorption spectra of free-base and nickel porphyrins have been investigated in binary mixtures of solvents with similar polarities and dissimilar refractive indices.
By capturing absorption spectra across the UV-vis wavelength range, the new PDA detector provides a fingerprint of each 'time slice' of the sample as it elutes from the column.