absorption band


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absorption band

[əb′sȯrp·shən ‚band]
(physics)
A range of wavelengths or frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum within which radiant energy is absorbed by a substance.
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The absorption band near 1100 [cm.sup.-1] can be attributed to the presence of carboxylic groups bound to metal cations, both nutrients and pollutants.
Figure 4(a) shows IR absorption bands of stretching vibration of the hydroxyl group (OH), 3600-3100 [cm.sup.-1] of LDPE films exposed to C[O.sub.2] laser radiation at different fluencies and PE-BIO without exposure to C[O.sub.2] laser radiation.
The absorbance spectra of PbS-PbS-T nanocrystals exhibited low absorption bands (bands shown in green and blue color) located at ~225 nm (~5.5 eV), ~352 nm (~3.6 eV), 501 nm (2.4 eV), ~589 nm (~2.1 eV), ~618 nm (~2.0 eV), ~665 nm (~1.8 eV), ~774 nm (~1.6 eV), and ~789 nm (~1.5 eV) due to a strong confinement effect [3-6, 10, 28].
Absorption, [[lambda].sup.abs A .sub.max], nm 1 241 0.21 2 261 0.12 3 275, 318 0.10, 0.07 4 249 0.88 * [[lambda].sup.abs.sub.max] and [[lambda].sup.fl].sub.max] max: maxima of absorption and fluorescence bands, respectively; [I.sub.fl]: fluorescence intensity; A: optical density at the maximum of absorption band of form C after irradiation with light of 365 nm for 2 min.
However, this unusual behaviour is theoretically obtainable from the Ketteler-Helmholtz dispersion relations when the bandwidth of the absorption band is very large.
Univariate chemical maps obtained by integration of the absorption band at (a) 1600 [cm.sup.-1]; (b) 2928 [cm.sup.-1]; (c) 1030 [cm.sup.-1]; (d) 1155 [cm.sup.-1].
The 50% PVP-capped CdSe nanoparticles gave the highest energy in absorption band edges as compared to other percentages of PVP reported in this work.
The calculation results of the spectral position of the long-wavelength absorption band for two cases of the ammonia molecule location are given in Table 2.
Intense absorption bands around 589-670 nm are also observed for both proteins.
FTIR showed the absorption band for olefinic group at 3223-3218 [cm.sup.-1].
However, in the Lonzest sample the absorption band, corresponding to ester groups (v = 1742 ...
Infrared spectroscopy of both fragments (using a Thermo Scientific Nicolet iS50 FT-IR spectrometer) showed a pattern characteristic of opal, with a strong absorption band around 5200 [cm.sup.-1] (Figure 9).