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1. The chamber was placed in the sampIe compartment of a dual-wavelength spectrophotometer as clos ble to the 50-mm diameter end window of the ~hotomultiplier. stant reference wavelength was 720 nm. The absorption spect unbleached preparation is clearly dominated by rbodopsin, but some aspects from the spectrum of a pure rhodopsin solution. spectrum of the retina is distorted by scattering. The effect is se shift of both the absorbance maximum of the main band (from 496 nm) and of the p-band (from 350 to about 320 nm).
Biomembranes - Part H: Visual Pigments and Purple Membranes - I by Sidney Fleischer and Lester Packer (Eds.)