Published: Jan 1941
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Spectrophotometry is the measurement of light emitted, transmitted or reflected as a function of wave length. It is not a new field but one which was relatively inactive till the past decade when the development of recording spectrophotometers gave a tremendous impetus to such investigations.
Parker, A. E.
Physicist, Electrical Testing Laboratories, New York, N. Y.