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FLUORESCENCE LIFETIMES

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2004
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FLUORESCENCE LIFETIMES The latest version of Horiba Jobin Yvon's Fluorolog spectrofluorometer enables time-correlated single-photon counting for measuring fluorescence lifetimes, dynamic anisotropy and time-resolved spectra, in addition to performing emission, excitation and synchronous scans. In the Fluorolog-3, an IBH TBX-04 detector replaces the photomultiplier tube. A broadband 450-W CW xenon lamp and a coaxial nanosecond flashlamp can be added to the NanoLED light sources, which are available in wavelengths of 375 to 830 nm.


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GLOSSARY
spectrofluorometer
An automatic scanning instrument that is used to study a substance's fluorescence over a wide range of wavelengths. It consists of a radiation source, a grating that functions as the monochromator in selecting the exciting radiation, a second grating that serves as the emission monochromator, and a photoelectric device that is used to detect the emissions.
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