Medical Definition of Hypochromic effect

1. A phenomenon in which an individual molecule, containing several chromophores, has a certain absorptivity (or optical density) at a given wavelength that is less than the sum of the optical densities of the individual chromophores (at that same wavelength). (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hypochromic Effect

hypochondriasm
hypochondriatic
hypochondries
hypochondrium
hypochondroplasia
hypochondry
hypochordal
hypochorism
hypochromasia
hypochromatic
hypochromatism
hypochromia
hypochromic
hypochromic anaemia
hypochromic anemia
hypochromic effect (current term)
hypochromic microcytic anaemia
hypochromicity
hypochrosis
hypochylia
hypocinesis
hypocists
hypocitraturia
hypocleidia
hypocleidium
hypocomplementemia
hypocomplementemic vasculitis
hypocone

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