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Fast EEF Spectroscopy Quantifies Unstable Samples

Fluorescence spectroscopy is used routinely to analyze all types of luminescent samples, from solid materials for semiconductor devices to fluorescent probes for medical imaging. And in a mixture of many fluorescent compounds, it is possible to identify each one by its combination of excitation and emission wavelengths.

MARIA TESA, EDINBURGH INSTRUMENTS

Excitation-emission fluorescence spectroscopy (EEF) is particularly interesting in materials characterization, environmental science and the food industry. For example, the user can quantify multiple emitting sites in rare-earth doped crystals1 or different types of carbon nanotube structures in a...Read full article

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