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The extinction coefficient "at maximum absorbance" refers to the extinction value that a given molecule has at its unique absorption maximum.
The extinction coefficient "not at absorbance maximum" refers to the extinction coefficient at 260 nm, which is the wavelength used to determine optical density.
See the DECODED article about quantifying your oligo here.
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