absorbance


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absorbance

[əb′sȯr·bəns]
(physical chemistry)
The common logarithm of the reciprocal of the transmittance of a pure solvent. Also known as absorbancy; extinction.
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I% = [(Ablank-Asample) / Ablank] x 100, where Ablank is the absorbance of the control reaction (containing all reagents except the test sample), and Asample is the absorbance of the extracts.
Escherichia coli absorbance activity for Cr(IV) metal concentration showed good activity after 24 h of incubation at pH 4.
The calibration curve used consisted in relating the concentration of different dilutions wastewater without treatment volume/volume percentage and their respectively absorbance.
A calibration curve of standard lactose was made using absorbance against concentration of standard lactose (Figure 1).
01) dose dependent ability to chelate copper ions with 0,43 [+ or -] 0,03 at 7mg/ml compared to the control and the rest extracts (CLE, EALE and MLE) which presented a high stable absorbance, but this capacity still low compared to the standard chelator which gave a very significant (p [less than or equal to] 0.
Triton X-100 was used either in typical end-point assay terminated with acidic isopropanol or in continuous assay in which absorbance was followed over time without dissolution step.
And the absorbance of many connection binds such as -OH increased during the SYG pretreat.
The transformer oil heated along with Kraft paper Sample S-6 doesn't show any increased bandwidth than that of S-1 but shows increased absorbance peak (0.
Figure 3 shows the measured absorbance of QD605 with carboxylated surface suspended in PBS.