Medical Definition of Hyperchromic effect

1. An increase in absorptivity (or extinction) at a particular wavelength of light by a solution or substance due to structural changes in a molecule. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperchromic Effect

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hypercholesterolemia
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hyperchromic anaemia
hyperchromic anemia
hyperchromic effect (current term)
hyperchromicity
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