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fluorometry

 [floo͡-rom´ĕ-tre]
an analytical technique for identifying and characterizing minute amounts of a substance by excitation of the substance with a beam of ultraviolet light and detection and measurement of the characteristic wavelength of the fluorescent light emitted.

fluor·om·e·try

(flōr-om'ĕ-trē),
An analytic method for detecting fluorescent compounds using a beam of ultraviolet light that excites the compounds and causes them to emit visible light.
[fluoro- + G. metron, measure]

fluor·om·e·try

(flōr-om'ĕ-trē)
An analytic method for detecting fluorescent compounds, using a beam of ultraviolet light that excites the compounds and causes them to emit visible light.
[fluoro- + G. metron, measure]
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To evaluate the potential of molecular fluorescence spectroscopy for monitoring the degree of oxidation of the biodiesel samples, a close analysis of the correlation between fluorescence intensity at 424 nm and acid value was performed as shown in Figure 8.
A competitive reaction of the Tm(III)-ASA complex and 4S Green with DNA was monitored by fluorescence spectroscopy, and it indicated that the Tm(III)-ASA complex could intercalate into the double helix of DNA, but the intercalation binding mode was weaker than 4S Green.
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In this research, a simple but very sensitive sensor based on fluorescence spectroscopy was presented by using cadmium -- telluride quantum dots to quickly measure protamine drug.
Methods: Various binding characteristics of 6-shogaol-HSA interaction were studied using fluorescence spectroscopy. Thermal stability of 6-shogaol-HSA system was determined by circular dichroism (CD) and differential scanning calorimetric (DSC) techniques.
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