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Fluorescence spectroscopy   (translated from German)
Fluorescence spectroscopy Those Fluorescence spectroscopy been based on the spectral collection of a sample or a photochemical fluorescence marker emitted Lumineszenz -radiation. The principle ...
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Fluorescence spectroscopy
Fluorescence spectroscopy Fluorescence spectroscopy or fluorometry is a type of electromagnetic spectroscopy used for analyzing fluorescent spectra. It ...
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Single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy   (translated from German)
Single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy Those Single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy a method is that physical chemistry , in ... quantities of molecules, but the single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy permits it, to regard a ...
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Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy
Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS) is a type of spectroscopy based on the measurement of fluorescence ...
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Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy   (translated from German)
Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy Those Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (FCS - Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy) permits it, particular Molekuele . ...
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Emission spectrum (fluorescence spectroscopy)
Emission spectrum (fluorescence spectroscopy) In fluorescence spectroscopy an emission spectrum is a fluorescence spectrum that illustrates fluorescence evoked over ...
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Spectroscopy
Spectroscopy Extremely high resolution spectrum of the Sun ... thousands of elemental absorption lines (fraunhofer lines) Spectroscopy is the study of spectra, that is ... the dependence of physical quantities on frequency. Spectroscopy is often used in physical and analytical ... for recording a spectrum is a spectrometer. Spectroscopy can be classified according to the physical ... measured or calculated or the measurement process. Spectroscopy is also heavily used in astronomy. ...
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Spectroscopy   (translated from German)
Spectroscopy Spiritusflamme and their spectrum Spectroscopy a comprehensive term for a class of ... the range of the visible light the spectroscopy covers today a large part of the ... radiowellen to the gamma radiation. Among the spectroscopy also such procedures are partly ranked, with ... energy, one examines. A goal of the spectroscopy is it to pull from the ...
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Spectroscopy   (translated from French)
Spectroscopy spectroscopy is the study of spectre . The term ... obtain a spectrum is one spectrometer . The spectroscopy is used in many fields: astronomy , chimy ... Planck . Measured physical quantity The type of spectroscopy depends on the measured physical quantity. electromagnetic ... emitted or absorptive are studied by electromagnetic spectroscopy. The vibrations macroscopic are studied by ...
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Fluorescence   (translated from German)
Fluorescence Fluorescence is the transition of an electronically lively ... emission of light. In contrast to Phosphorescence fluorescence transitions are spinpermitted, to D. h. they ... one Fluorophore, thus physical systems, with which fluorescence arises, are Atoms, Molecules, Ions and Semiconductor nano-particle. Fluorescence becomes usually optically lively, thus as ...
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