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chro·mo·phore

 (krō′mə-fôr′)
n.
Any of various chemical groups that absorb light of certain wavelengths and when present in an organic compound, such as a dye or pigment, are responsible for the color of the compound.

chro′mo·phor′ic (-fôr′ĭk) adj.

chromophore

(ˈkrəʊməˌfɔː)
n
(Chemistry) a group of atoms in a chemical compound that are responsible for the colour of the compound
ˌchromoˈphoric, ˌchromoˈphorous adj

chro•mo•phore

(ˈkroʊ məˌfɔr, -ˌfoʊr)

n.
any chemical group that produces color in a compound, as the azo group −N=N−.
[1875–80]
chro`mo•phor′ic (-ˈfɔr ɪk, -ˈfɒr-) adj.
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Noun1.chromophore - the chemical group that gives color to a molecule
chemical group, radical, group - (chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule
dye, dyestuff - a usually soluble substance for staining or coloring e.g. fabrics or hair
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One was the formation of paraquinone chromophoric structures generated by oxidation of lignin, resulting in yellowing, another was the reduction of the paraquinone chromophoric structures to hydroquinones, leading to photo-bleaching, and indicated that photo-degradation of WPCs involved several factors including the wood flour content, coupling agents, manufacturing methods, and weathering conditions, and found that the lightness, total color change, as well as wood loss increased with exposure time [9].
In this project we not only plan to experimentally demonstrate the crucial role of the phonon-assisted dynamics in facilitating efficient energy transfer in chromophoric complexes and odour recognition, but also to develop a general theoretical framework to describe and understand the role coherent vibrations play in the dynamics of biomolecular systems, as well as to develop methods to identify the presence and properties of such vibrations.
Patent 8,618,230 (December 31, 2013), "Method for Crosslinking by Thermal Huisgen Reaction, Crosslinkable Chromophoric Polymers, and Crosslinked Polymer Substances Having Stable Electro-Optical Properties," Fabrice Odobel, Annabelle Jenny Scarpaci, Errol Blart, and Laurent Fontaine (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Paris, France).
The bleaching section release organochlorine compounds, which form chromophoric compounds with lignin breakdown compounds and impart color to the effluent.
This problem has been addressed by substituting the two fluorines bonded to boron in F-BODIPY with chromophoric molecules, such as pyrene, anthracene, phenanthracene, and biphenyl.
Other topics include the world ocean silica cycle, the global distribution and dynamics of chromophoric dissolved organic matter, and ocean acidification and coral reefs.
In order for UV to degrade a polymeric surface, chromophoric groups (chemical groups capable of absorbing UV light) must be contained in the chemical structure of the polymer or in compounds dispersed in the polymer matrix.
Next to superior imaging tools and cell culture for fluorescence microscopy and a mini-systems for safe collection and transportation of parasite material, MoBiTec will hand out a free booklet featuring a comprehensive line of cell viability and cytotoxicity assays for fluorimetric and chromophoric detection.
Helms JR (2006) Spectral shape as an indicator of molecular weight in chromophoric dissolved organic matter.
Thiobarbituric acid reaction (TBAR) method was used to determine the MDA which can be measured at the wavelength of 532 nm by reacting with thiobarbituric acid (TBA) to form a stable chromophoric production (Ohkawa et al.
Phycobilisome is composed of chromophoric and non-chromophoric proteins arranged in a definite order to maximize energy trapping and eventually channeling it to PSII reaction center.