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Colour radical

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Colour radical --> chromophore

The part of a visibly coloured molecule responsible for light absorption over a range of wavelengths thus giving rise to the colour. By extension the term may be applied to uv or ir absorbing parts of molecules. Do not confuse with chromatophores.