|Dec28-12, 06:20 AM||#1|
beer-lambert law of absorption.
An aqueous solution of yeast nucleic acid of length 2.0*10^-2m and concerntrated 2.0mol m-3 has an absorptivity of 25m2 mol-1 at a certain wavelenght. calculate the percentages tranmission at this wavelenght.
this is an example that i dont understant, please help me to simplify it and explain it more for me. you can send me as many example as possible.
thank you for your kind attention.
|Dec28-12, 10:17 AM||#2|
You can multiply concentration and absorptivity to get the absorption per length. This can be used in the Beer-Lambert law.
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