chromophore

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chromophore

[′krō·mə‚fȯr]
(chemistry)
An arrangement of atoms that gives rise to color in many organic substances.
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These bridging groups affect the I>>max of compounds vary but the effect is not too high as these are not directly attached to chromophoric groups of compounds and these group effects cannot be explained in regular way due to a diverse variety of groups in the bis anilines.
transition which could be as a result of cumulative effect of transitions of azomethine and amide chromophoric groups of the ligand.
These dyes contain chromophoric groups such as azo, anthraquinone, triarylmethane etc.
Other novel product include functional modification of starch by esterification of the hydroxyl group by introduction of a chromophoric moiety leading to development of a thermostable and photo-responsive system on starch.
In this method the chromophoric product resulting from the reaction of the reagent DTNB and free sulphydryl groups possessed a molar absorption at 412 nm.
Estimation of chromophoric dissolved organic matter in the Mississippi and Atchafalaya river plume regions using above-surface hyperspectral remote sensing.
Patent 8,618,230 (December 31, 2013), "Method for Crosslinking by Thermal Huisgen Reaction, Crosslinkable Chromophoric Polymers, and Crosslinked Polymer Substances Having Stable Electro-Optical Properties," Fabrice Odobel, Annabelle Jenny Scarpaci, Errol Blart, and Laurent Fontaine (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Paris, France).
The chromophoric product resulting from the reaction of Ellman's reagent with the reduced glutathione, 2-nitro-5-thiobenzoic acid had a molar absorption at 412 nm.
The bleaching section release organochlorine compounds, which form chromophoric compounds with lignin breakdown compounds and impart color to the effluent.
This problem has been addressed by substituting the two fluorines bonded to boron in F-BODIPY with chromophoric molecules, such as pyrene, anthracene, phenanthracene, and biphenyl.
Other topics include the world ocean silica cycle, the global distribution and dynamics of chromophoric dissolved organic matter, and ocean acidification and coral reefs.
Adsorption of chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) to basic cations and clay particles in the slump sediments was thought to be responsible for the observed shift from brown water in unaffected lakes to clear water in slump-affected lakes (Thompson et al.