Medical Definition of Specific extinction

1. Absorbance (of light) per unit path length (usually the centimeter) and per unit of mass concentration. Compare: molar absorption coefficient. Synonym: absorbancy index, absorptivity, extinction coefficient, specific extinction. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Specific Extinction

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specific capsular substance
specific cause
specific charge
specific cholinesterase
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specific disease
specific dynamic action
specific energy
specific epithet
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specific extinction (current term)
specific fuel consumption
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specific granule
specific gravities
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specific haemolysin
specific heat
specific heat capacities
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specific humidity
specific immune globulin
specific immunity
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specific ionisation

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