BACKGROUND. Spectrophotometry is a method of analyzing that involves how light interacts with the atoms (or molecules) in a sample of matter. Visible light is only a small portion of the entire electromagnetic spectrum and it includes the colors commonly observed (red, yellow, green, blue and violet). The visible spectrum consists of electromagnetic radiation whose wavelengths range from 400 nm to nearly 800 nm..
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