Abstract

Qualitative and quantitative analyses of light-absorbing solutes may be carried out rapidly and accurately by direct visual comparison of “offset” spectrophotometric curves linear in log log1/T and plotted on transparent paper. Only the final chemical analytical data are read; no explicit account is taken of optical parameters, and the curves may be plotted on gridless paper.

© 1949 Optical Society of America

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