The device is characterized by integrated software analyzer allowing local control and measurement of absorbance at several wavelengths, absorbance ratio, transparency, spectral and kinetic measurements of implementation.
What does A stand for?
A stands for Absorbance
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Polyamide-polyphenylene ether resin materials using low-heat-resistance polyamides have a large dimensional change from water absorbance or heat, requiring extra care during installation and use.
Introduction In a previous paper  referred to as paper #1, it was demonstrated that the Lorenz-Mie (L-M) cross section for light scattering from monodisperse microspheres suspended in water gave a good description of absorbance measurements with a commercial spectrometer with an integrating sphere (IS) detector for wavelengths greater than 300 nm.
On the other hand, the highest absorbance sensitivity for substances like creatinine, uric acid and phosphate was obtained in the wavelength range of 220-270 nm .
We set out to determine if the absorbance (log transmittance) as measured by an integrating sphere spectrophotometer of coatings with absorbing, reflecting, or scattering pigments was linearly proportional to the layer thickness.
If we plot absorbance or transmittance against frequency or wave number, the result is an infrared spectrum.
Contents were then centrifuged at 2000 g for 5 min and the absorbance of the supernatant was taken at 760 nm.
In the absence of cupric ion, the wavelength of maximum absorbance by Zincon is 490 nanometers (nm).