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  • noun Plural form of chromophore.

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Examples

  • "Fluorescent indicators for cytosolic calcium based on rhodamine and fluorescein chromophores," J. Biol.

    Roger Y. Tsien - Autobiography

  • Using light to excite these molecules, known as chromophores, he can create simple logic gates, or switches.

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  • The process works by adding light-sensitive molecules called chromophores to the structures.

    Gizmodo

  • The process works by adding light-sensitive molecules called chromophores to the structures.

    Gizmodo

  • The process works by adding light-sensitive molecules called chromophores to the structures.

    Gizmodo

  • Using light to excite these molecules, known as chromophores, he can create simple logic gates, or switches.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • He's told me what wonderfully developed nervous systems squids possess, and has explained how some of them can change their appearance in a flash through instantaneous three-color printing, thanks to the extraordinary network of "chromophores" covering their bodies.

    The Wind from The Sun

  • Photoactive molecules, such as chromophores, will eventually degrade upon the interaction with light.

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  • Using light to excite these molecules, known as chromophores, he can create simple logic gates, or switches.

    Using DNA to Replace Silicon Microchips | Impact Lab

  • "But" the Dbarian's chromophores were flashing different shades of maroon, indicating bewilderment.

    The Cat is a Metaphor

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