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Fig. 1

Absorption spectra of conjugated and nonconjugated acids and esters. (Hulst.4) (1) Ethyl oleate; (2) stearolic acid; (3) ethyl linolate; (4) 2–3 oleic acid; (5) 9–11 linolic acid.

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Inhibitory power of butter fat. Absorptive power of acids of butter fat. (Data from Booth et al.5)

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Absorption spectra of alpha- and beta-eleostearic acids. (Hulst.4) (1) α-eleostearic acid; (2) β-eleostearic acid.

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Fig. 4

Cis-trans isomers of butene-2 and pentene-2. (Carr et al.9)

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Fig. 5

Absorption spectra of (1) trans- and (2) cis-stilbene in ethanol. (Data from Smakula et al.11)

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Absorption spectra of (1) acetic acid, (2) methyl acetate, (3) ethyl oleate (chemically pure), (4) ethyl oleate (optically pure, (5) elaidinic acid. (From Hulst.4)

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Fig. 7

Optical train of quartz spectrograph.15

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Fig. 8

Absorption curves of crotonic acid.

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Fig. 9

Absorption spectra of Δ2–3 unsaturated fatty acids.

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Fig. 10

Absorption spectra of Δ10–12 liquid methyl linoleate and Δ9–11 solid linoleic acid.

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Fig. 11

Absorption spectra of conjugated and nonconjugated alcohols.

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Fig. 12

Far ultraviolet absorption spectra of the >C=C–C=C< chromophore in pentadiene and linoleyl alcohol in ethanol (95 percent). The shift of the first band in curve II is due to damping of resonance by replacing of H with R. I=Δ1–3 pentadiene (Carr); II=Δ10–12 linoleyl alcohol.

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Table I Influence of conjugation on refraction and absorption coefficients.

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Table II Transmission values of a Pyrex filter as measured by the thermopile (National Bureau of Standards) and the photoelectric apparatus.