That would be chlorophyll.
A UV active compound absorbs UV light, and a UV inactive compound does not (it is "transparent" to UV light).
Chlorophyll is the pigments. They are contained in chloroplasts.
A color chemical compound that absorbs light and can be used to color other materials.
Chlorophyll. Chlorophyll a & b, Carotene and Xanthophyll etc.
a colored chemical compound that absorbs light and can be used to color other materials are poops
If your question was 'What is the oxygen compound that absorbs UV radiation?' - then ozone
Plants absorb more blue and red light from sunlight, and less green light. Chlorophyll is green, because it reflects green light
a bloom is a substance that absorbs light
Chlorophyll in the chloroplast absorbs red and blue light from sun light and is converted into chemical energy.
when an object absorbs light we canoot see light from the other side
yes. Black=absorbs light. That is what black means.
Chloroplast/ Chlorophyll. Chloroplast is the pigment, Chlorophyll is the actuall chemical that makes it green
When it absorbs UV light, it decomposes. It also replenishes it.
Ozone absorbs UV light. It is present as ozone layer.
the nitrogenous bases of DNA absorbs UV light
Ozone gas absorbs UV light. This UV light is fatal for life on earth.
A. It convert light into carbon dioxide B. It absorbs carbon dioxide C. It absorbs light energy D. It absorbs water
this substance absorbs all colors of light except
Because of the nitrogenous bases that absorbs light maximally at 260nm wavelenght