In the case of the first derivative for the absortion band, the maximum becomes a cero crossing.

Using SG filters, we can calculate it with R, and to see, like in the last posts, the Corrgram matrix.

Corrgram for the first derivative for this band:

Let´s see the three corrgram patterns together: (MSC, 1ª derivative, 2ª derivative)

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