luminophore

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lu·mi·no·phore

(lū'mi-nō-fōr'),
An atom or atomic grouping in an organic compound that increases its ability to emit light.
[L. lumen, light, + G. phoros, bearing]

lu·mi·no·phore

(lū'mi-nō-fōr)
An atom or atomic grouping in an organic compound that increases its ability to emit light.
[L. lumen, light, + G. phoros, bearing]
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Extruded polymer films pigmented with a heterogeneous ion-pair based lumophore for [O.sub.2] sensing.
Liu, "Mechanistic insight into marine bioluminescence: photochemistry of the chemiexcited cypridina (sea firefly) lumophore," Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation, vol.
MOFs offer a unique platform for the development of solid-state luminescent materials as they have a degree of structural predictability, in addition to well-defined environments for lumophore in crystalline form.