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Fluorescence: theory, instrumentation, and practice

Fluorescence: theory, instrumentation, and practice

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Published by E. Arnold, M. Dekker in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fluorescence.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by George G. Guilbault.
    ContributionsGuilbault, George G., ed., American Chemical Society. Division of Analytical Chemistry.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC477 .F58 1967
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxviii, 697 p.
    Number of Pages697
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5550686M
    LC Control Number67029966

    It goes beyond the basics of the subject and provides a detailed look at the interplay between theory and practice, making it ideal for courses in quantitative analysis, instrumental analysis, and biochemistry, as well as courses focused solely on spectroscopy. Principles and Instrumentation; The book is divided into five chapters that Brand: John Wiley And Sons Ltd. The third edition of this major reference work focuses on the fundamental principles, techniques, and applications of spectroscopy and spectrometry.

    Cambridge Core - Geochemistry and Environmental Chemistry - Aquatic Organic Matter Fluorescence - edited by Paula G. Coble. Introduction to Fluorescence helps readers acquire a sound understanding of basic fluorescence theory and practice. It describes general principles in a straightforward way and uses examples from a variety of disciplines to demonstrate them. principles of instrumentation, and practical applications of biological fluorescence, while.

    Introduction to Fluorescence - CRC Press Book Introduction to Fluorescence helps readers acquire a sound understanding of basic fluorescence theory and practice. It describes general principles in a straightforward way and uses examples from a variety of disciplines to demonstrate them. The application of fluorescence in drug discovery, high-throughout screenings in genomics and proteomics is and will be evidently successful. The increased use of fluorescence techniques is greatly enhanced by the improved instrumentation pioneered by inventive scientists and now made available.


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Fluorescence: Theory, Instrumentation, and Practice. Fluorescence spectroscopy (also known as fluorimetry or spectrofluorometry) is a type of electromagnetic spectroscopy that analyzes fluorescence from a sample.

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RALPH S. BECKER. Wiley Interscience. New York, pp., $ THIS BOOK was well conceived. I t was intended to summarize and relate luminescence theory and experiment without burdening the reader with detailed descriptions of experiments or elaborate mathematical apparatus.

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theory instrumentation light absorption, matter consists of an array of charges that can be set into motion by the oscillating electromagnetic field of the light. Here, the electric dipole 1 Basic Principles of Fluorescence Spectroscopy.

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It goes beyond the basics of the subject and provides a detailed look at the interplay between theory and practice, making it ideal for courses in quantitative analysis, instrumental analysis, and biochemistry, as well as courses focused solely on spectroscopy.

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Guilbault, Ed. McCarthy and J. Winefordner, Phosphorimetry as a means of chemical analysis, in “Fluorescence Theory, Practice and Instrumentation” (G. Guilbault, ed Cited by: 1. Complements Chromatography: Principles and Instrumentation (Wiley, ) in facilitating a modular approach to teaching and learning about chemical instrumentation; The book goes beyond the basics and provides a detailed look at the interplay between theory and practice, making it ideal for courses in quantitative analysis, instrumental Brand: Wiley.

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