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ChemistryPrinciples of Instrumental AnalysisThe molar absorptivity of a solution containing A and having transmittance of 64.1 % is to be calculated. Concept introduction: The molar absorptivity of a solution is defined as the capacity of a solution to absorb the particular wavelength of light incident on it. In order to calculate the molar absorptivity, first the absorbance of the solution is determined using the Beer’s law. A = − log T Now, the relation between the molar absorptivity, absorbance and concentration of the solution is given by the relation. A = ε b cStart your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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Douglas A. Skoog + 2 others

Publisher: Cengage Learning

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Chapter 13, Problem 13.6QAP

Interpretation Introduction

**Interpretation:**

The molar absorptivity of a solution containing

**Concept introduction:**

The molar absorptivity of a solution is defined as the capacity of a solution to absorb the particular wavelength of light incident on it. In order to calculate the molar absorptivity, first the absorbance of the solution is determined using the Beer’s law.

Now, the relation between the molar absorptivity, absorbance and concentration of the solution is given by the relation.