absorption spectrum

  1. the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation that has passed through a medium that absorbed radiation of certain wavelengths
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How To Use absorption spectrum In A Sentence

  • In many similar cases, it has been possible to determine the actual transient absorption spectrum after correction for the stimulated emission.
  • Three-dimensional fluorescence spectrum and ultraviolet absorption spectrum of Bletilla striata extraction drawn by boiling water were reported.
  • The redshift in the absorption spectrum reflects electronic interactions between the porphyrin and the melanins.
  • Two of the postulated structures contain the chromophoric system C = C – C = C – C = O which should therefore give rise to a characteristic absorption spectrum. Science
  • It is likely that both the absorption spectrum and the emission spectrum are changed at high intensities with respect to the low-intensity spectra of DsRed recorded by conventional spectrometers.
  • As a result the X-ray absorption spectrum contains a precise signature of the atomic environment of a particular element.
  • The reaction conditions and the product were determined by UV absorption spectrum, IR and element analysis. The results showed that the product is 2,3 diaminophenazine.
  • So the 70 % of the earth surface that is ocean must have a fairly good grey body absorption spectrum with an absorptance of over 95%. Archive 2008-02-01
  • A point in an absorption spectrum at which two or more components have the same molar magnetic susceptibility is termed an isosbestic point.
  • Neelson found that the pigment of _B. cyanogenus_ gives a band in the yellow and strong lines at E and F in the solar spectrum -- an absorption spectrum almost identical with that of triphenyl-rosaniline. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 2 "Baconthorpe" to "Bankruptcy"
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