Q: When would you use an absorbance graph?

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You usually want to use a bar graph. If you have a year of data you probably want to use a line graph.

a pictograph

bar graph

That would be a bar graph.

When putting the scores in, you use the normal distribution graph, which is the best start.

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Because when you graph a molar concentration vs. absorbance graph, the graph is linear, making the graph easier to read.

They do not form a logical absorbance graph

A wavelength vs absorbance graph depicts in uv spectroscopy shows the different colored wavelenths of UV light and how they are absorbed and percieved, and which ones are visible and which ones are not.

The type of graph you would use would be a PICTURE GRAPH or a TALLY CHART

A scientist would not use a graph to explain the methodology.

A scientist would not use a graph to explain the methodology.

Absorbance refers to a measure of the capacity associated with a substance as regards absorption of light of a specified wavelength. Whenever you plot a graph of absorbance vs. concentration a direct relationship should be produced

You can use a bar graph or a line graph.

you would use a line graph

If you have a spectrofotometer ( the thing to mesure the absorbance) then play with the setting and use a maximum. this will lay close to your specific absorbance or take the pharmacopea or a MERCK index

line graph

why would you use a semi-logarithmic graph instead of a linear one?what would the curve of the graph actually show?