excitation spectrum

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ex·ci·ta·tion spec·trum

fluorescence produced over a range of wavelengths of the exciting light.
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Titration experiments were performed in the absence and the presence of drug/6-shogaol using fluorescence spectroscopy upon excitation at 295 nm.
Lakowicz, Principles of Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Chapter 9, Springer, New York (1983).
So from the change in the optical activity and also by fluorescence spectroscopy the presence of heavy metals can be detected.
The trapped rainbow could be utilised in tiny biosensors to identify biological materials based on the amount of light they absorb and then subsequently emit, which is known as fluorescence spectroscopy.
We describe the successful extension of confocal microsecond-scale alternating-laser excitation (ALEX) single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy to 4 colors, providing substantially enhanced single-well multiplexing capabilities, and we demonstrate its diagnostic utility for multiplexed detection of nucleic acid and protein targets.
Philippe Walter and his team at the Louvre in Paris have examined the faces of seven paintings signed by the master with a new noninvasive X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy technique.
ASTM F2853 provides a convenient means to test for lead using the energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy technique.
Fluorescence spectroscopy has been shown to reveal important information about the integrity of the extracellular matrix, a layered component of tissue made of collagen and elastin that provides shape and support.
Fluorescence spectroscopy is another optical technique that has used to identify Hc and Hc structural changes (Brouwer et al.
Later chapters cover computational modeling of receptor-ligand binding and cellular signaling processes, fluorescence spectroscopy, electrophysiological measurements of membrane proteins, single-particle tracking, and NMR measurement of biomolecule diffusion.
2002) evaluated long-term effects on HAs of 2 tillage regimes and 2 cropping systems using electron spin resonance and fluorescence spectroscopy.
After receiving 193 orders, researchers sent products to the New England Regional EPA for testing using x-ray fluorescence spectroscopy.
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