hypsochromic


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hypsochromic

(ˌhɪpsəˈkrəʊmɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) chem denoting or relating to a shift to a shorter wavelength in the absorption spectrum of a compound
ˈhypsoˌchrome n
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hypsochrome
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However, intradigand bands were observed with hypsochromic shift for n[right arrow][[pi].
DTU exhibited bathochromic shift of about 8 nm, whereas, 2-TU demonstrated a hypsochromic shift followed by bathochromic shift as the concentration of CTAB increased from pre-micellar to micellar concentration.
This hindrance takes the it electrons of the ring double bond out of plane with respect to those of the chain, causing a hypsochromic shift (displacement of [[lambda].
Typically, the intensive surface plasma resonance (SPR) band of AgNPs has a hypsochromic shift from 415 to 386 nm, and it is attributed to the free conduction electrons on the surface of AgNPs (intrahand excitation) (41).
CF, DCM) show hypsochromic shifts in comparison to polar solvents.
The ortho dihydroxyl group in ring B was detected by a hypsochromic shift of band I after addition of Al[Cl.
max] = 675 nm) is hypsochromic shift with regard to that of PPa ([[lambda].
In this regard the accepted mechanism suggests that the dye cations bind to adjacent sites of the polymer forming a single individual compound, which is considered to arise from electrostatic interaction among neighboring dye molecules and fixed sites on polymer as a result of which they suffer effective aggregation resulting in hypochromic and hypsochromic spectral shifts in the absorption band of the dye [26].
The results indicate that the introduction electron-donating group (OCH 3 ) into the diazonium component results in hypsochromic shifts in DMF while they result in bathochromic shifts in THF.
2] is 349 nm, which shows a little hypsochromic shift comparing to MKE and MK[(pip).