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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Cadmium sulfide when used as fluorescent marker offers many advantages such as high luminous efficiency, fluorspar narrow spectral lines, adjustable luminous color, relatively single excitation spectrum, and good light stability.
This offers exciting prospects for near-future experiments and theories as the supersolid state in this setting is little affected by dissipative dynamics or excitations, thus paving the way for probing its excitation spectrum and its superfluid behavior.
The excitation spectrum of nucleons is important to understanding the nonperturbative behavior of the fundamental theory of strong interactions, Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) [1-4].
Baig, "Two-color three-photon resonant excitation spectrum of strontium in the autoionization region," European Physical Journal D--Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics, vol.
Due to their excellent photo stability, high luminous intensity, wide range of excitation spectrum, and narrow emission spectrum, carbon dots (CDs) have been applied as fluorescent sensor in many fields, such as biochemistry, food science, and medical analysis [1-5].
Gill, "The fluorescence excitation spectrum of quinine bisulfate," Photochemistry and Photobiology, vol.
Figure 7(b) depicts the PL excitation spectrum of [Eu.sup.3+] doped ZnMo[O.sub.4] nanoplates that are derived by sintering the precursor at 600[degrees]C for 2h.
The energy of the first ten singlet and triplet excited states were calculated using the time-dependent approach of DFT (TD-DFT), making possible the description of the excitation spectrum of the species as well as the energy diagram of the first non-relaxed states.
As shown in Figure 3(a), a remarkable dip of the reflectance is found at the excitation spectrum of SPPs due to SPPs' excitation.
In the fluorescence studies two peaks were observed in the excitation spectrum of reference compound 4 i.e.
As the emission spectrum is proportional to the excitation spectrum, this higher light output means stronger fluorescent signals.