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For small values, the inverse sign is approximately equal to its argument, but this is not as robust an approximation as those used for the terms in exponential series that appear in the expressions for CD and LD. Also, because almost all modern dichrometers are interfaced to a computer, there is no compelling reason to resort to this approximation. C. 5 Simultaneous Absorption A measurement of the (mean) absorption of the sample, Ā, complements all of the differential measurements described above, as well as most of the emission experiments described below.
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2009 The authors and IOS Press. All rights reserved. 3233/978-1-60750-000-1-19 19 Measurement of Circular Dichroism and Related Spectroscopies with Conventional and Synchrotron Light Sources: Theory and Instrumentation John C. SUTHERLAND1, 2 Physics Department, East Carolina University 2 Biology Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory 1 Abstract. A linearly polarized optical beam that passes through a photoelastic modulator can be used to measure circular dichroism, linear dichroism, optical rotary dispersion, fluorescence detected circular dichroism and fluorescence polarization anisotropy.
Biophysical Chemistry - Part 2 Techniques for the study of biological structure and funktion by B.A. Wallace, R.W. Janes