Lambert-Beer law


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Lambert-Beer law

[′lam·bərt ′bir ‚lȯ]
(analytical chemistry)
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This corresponds with the Lambert-Beer law, according to which the absorbance of a solution is proportional to its concentration at the same path length of the light beam [19].
The concentration values for caffeine and CGA were appropriately chosen to apply the Lambert-Beer law in the linear form.
Generally aggregation of MPcs leads to deviation from Lambert-Beer law in the UV-Vis spectroscopy; thus dimerization can be determined by measuring the relations of absorbance and concentration of MPcs [14].
The dependence of a medium transmission on the concentration of the given substance is expressed by the Lambert-Beer law
The basis for determining the concentration of followed species is Lambert-Beer law which establishes the connection between the optical absorbance A of the colored solution, thickness of the photometrical layer b, molar absorption coefficient a and the concentration c of the species observed: