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The graph shows the intensity of transmitted light of different colors (wavelengths) as a function of depth x in meters for absorption in water. Approximately what is the absorption coefficient α for UV (ultraviolet) LIGHT, given the exponential transmission I(x) = I0e−αx ?
A. 2 m-1
B. 10-6 m-1
C. 0.003 m-1
D. 50 m-1
E. 0.025 m-1
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