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Why Gelatine doesn't absorb UV light at 280 mm?
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Why Gelatine doesn't absorb UV light at 280 mm?
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Answer pls
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It should be due to the amino acid composition of gelatin. Can share details tomorrow after some literature search, but assuming this is an assignment question, I would suggest to explore the amino acid composition differences between majority of proteins and gelatin.

And it is nm not mm.
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(10-01-2017, 06:09 AM)SunilNagpal Wrote: It should be due to the amino acid composition of gelatin. Can share details tomorrow after some literature search, but assuming this is an assignment question, I would suggest to explore the amino acid composition differences between majority of proteins and gelatin.

And it is nm not mm.

yah it's nm.
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