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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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Circular Dichroism-Far-UV circular dichroism (CD) spectra were obtained on a Jasco 715 spectropolarimeter at 20 nm/min scanning speed.
The stopped-flow experiments monitored by circular dichroism (CD), with a dead time of 20ms when using a DX-17MV Applied Photophysics instrument, revealed that about 70% helical structure was already folded at the first data point.
For Circular Dichroism (CD) spectroscopy, an Aviv spectrometer model 215 was employed.
High" criticality attributes included subvisible particles, measured by light obscuration; oxidized variants, studied via reverse phase chromatography; higher order structure, assessed by circular dichroism and NMR spectroscopy; and high molecular weight variants / aggregates assessed using size exclusion chromatography.
Determination of the helix and beta form of proteins in aqueous solution by circular dichroism.
PMMA, the copolymer of MMA and TFEMA (MMA-TFEMA: 100/0, 90/10, 80/20, 70/30, 60/40 (wt%)), the copolymer of MMA and PhMA (MMA-PhMA: 100/ 0, 90/10, 80/20, 60/40, 50/50 (wt%)) and the copolymer of MMA and PFPhMA (MMA-PFPhMA: 100/0, 90/10, 80/20, 60/ 40 (wt%)) were synthesized to measure their birefringence properties and to observe their infrared dichroism, because the homopolymer of TFEMA, PhMA, and PFPhMA are mechanically brittle.
Because of its crystal structure and a phenomenon known as optical dichroism, hemozoin also absorbs light along its longer axis.
With pure CTP in hand, the folded structure of the peptide was assessed by Circular Dichroism (CD) spectroscopy in varying solvent conditions that served to mimic the amphiphilic cell surface microenvironment.
In Circular Dichroism and the Conformational Analysis of Biomolecules (Fasman, G.
Among the topics are optical properties of nanostructured metamaterials, magnetic second-harmonic generation from interfaces and nanostructures, reflection anisotropy spectroscopy studies of thiolate/metal interfaces, the decisive role of interface phonons in polaron state formation in quantum nanostructures, and towards the ab initio calculation of the circular dichroism of peptides.
In recent years, the research in chiral metamaterials (CMMs) has been growing rapidly due to their special electromagnetic properties which are optical activity and circular dichroism [6-12].
The observed amplification of the circular dichroism signal is a consequence of the interaction between the plasmonic particles and the "exciton," or energy absorbing, electrons within the DNA-nanocube complex, the scientists explained.