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what is Beer Lambert low ?

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what is Beer Lambert low ?..

Answer / nirav shah

A = ecb

Where
A= absorbance
e=molar absoptivity, mole/gram
c=concentration of sample
b=path length of fiow

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what is Beer Lambert low ?..

Answer / prashant

Intensity of beam of monochromatic light is directly
proportional to concentration of sample..
If Concentration will increase, Absorbance Increase and If
Conc will Decrease , Absorbance decrease.
A=EBC

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what is Beer Lambert low ?..

Answer / s.elumalai

Absorption directly proportional to Concentration while
keeping the cell path length Constant.
A =CL
In other wards absorption increases while increasing the
concentration.

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what is Beer Lambert low ?..

Answer / ashvini koli

when a beam of monochromatic light passes through a
transparent medium, the rate of decrease of intensity of
light w.r.t. thickness & concentration of absorbing species
is directly proportional to intensity of light.

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what is Beer Lambert low ?..

Answer / gaurav

Equal fraction of the incident light are absorbed by
successive layer having equal thickness and concentration of
the absorbing medium.

A=ebc

A=Absorbance
e=molar absorptivity
b=Thickness
c=concentration

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what is Beer Lambert low ?..

Answer / viji

Absorbance is directly proportional with the concentration,
pathlenght of the absorbing species.

A = Ebc
where in E stands for constant proportionality, also called
called as absorbtivity.

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what is Beer Lambert low ?..

Answer / ankur modi

The Rate of decrease of intensity of monochromatic light with the thickness of the medium is directly proportional to the concentration of sample
A=EBC

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what is Beer Lambert low ?..

Answer / sukanya

The absorbance of light is directly proportional to the thickness of the media through which the light is being transmitted multiplied by the concentration of absorbing chromophore; that is,
A = εbc where A is the absorbance, ε is the molar extinction coefficient, b is the thickness of the solution, and c is the concentration.

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