Definition of Chromophores

1. Noun. (plural of chromophore) ¹



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Definition of Chromophores

1. chromophore [n] - See also: chromophore

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chromophores

chromophil
chromophil adenoma
chromophil granule
chromophil substance
chromophilia
chromophilic
chromophobe
chromophobe adenoma
chromophobe cells of anterior lobe of hypophysis
chromophobe granules
chromophobes
chromophobia
chromophobic
chromophobic adenoma
chromophore
chromophores (current term)
chromophoric
chromophotography
chromophototherapy
chromophyte
chromophytes
chromoplast
chromoplastid
chromoplastids
chromoplasts
chromoprotein
chromoproteins
chromos
chromoshadow
chromoshadows

Literary usage of Chromophores

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1. Organic Chemistry for Advanced Students by Julius Berend Cohen (1918)
"Other chromophores, as a rule, reinforce one another ; but the reverse is the ... Numerous examples of coloured substances containing mixed chromophores ..."

2. A Study of the Absorption Spectra of Solutions of Certain Salts of Potassium by Harry Clary Jones, William Walker Strong (1910)
"THE THEORY OF chromophores. In considering absorption spectra it is often quite sufficient to speak qualitatively of the color of different compounds. ..."

3. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"However, the important point is that a large number of conformations will exist in which the donor and acceptor chromophores are quite far apart and ..."

4. Theories of Organic Chemistry by Ferdinand August Karl Henrich (1922)
"The properties of these chromophores are the more marked 2 when they are compared with those of the second class. The latter are individually and singly ..."

5. The Absorption Spectra of Solutions of Comparatively Rare Salts Including by Harry Clary Jones, William Walker Strong (1911)
"Sometimes the chromophore may be weak, and it may require the addition of several chromophores to produce a colored compound. Ultimately the color is due to ..."

6. Computational Biology: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce, Science edited by Conrad Burns (1996)
"The most exciting chromophores are short sequences of amino acids in proteins from a variety of bioluminescent organisms, such as the prototype-green ..."

7. Encyclopédie Universelle Des Industries Tinctoriales Et Des Industries edited by Jules Garçon (1901)
"... attempt to clas- sify the organic dyestuffs ; S. de KOSTANECKI, 27. ...d'après les chromophores : A : un seul chromophore. ..."

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