Spectroscopy Absorption Spectroscopy is a technique used to measure the amount of energy absorbed by different materials. It is used in many fields, including materials science, biochemistry, environmental science and medicine. By measuring the intensity of light at different wavelengths, it can be used to identify and quantify different chemicals and understand their interaction with light. It is also used for analyzing the properties of materials such as color, transparency and other optical properties. Absorption Spectroscopy is an important tool for scientists, engineers and researchers to better understand the physical and chemical properties of materials.

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