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Cotton effect

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Cotton effect

The positive and negative displacement from zero of the rotation of plane polarised monochromatic light and the change of monochromatic circularly polarised light into elliptically polarised light in the immediate vicinity of the absorption band of the substance through which the light passes.

See: optical rotatory dispersion, circular dichroism.