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spectrum of electromagnetic radiation emitted by a self-luminous source

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The emission spectra of all the Eu-copolymers and corresponding Eu-complex monomers as well as Eu-complex/PMMA blends, excited at 345 nm, do not show significant differences and all exhibit the characteristic emissions of Eu(III) ions.
However, this approximation is no longer valid with soft (low energy) x-ray emissions since the final states are valence hole states so that the emission spectra will change with the electronic structure (density of occupied states, DOS) of the material.
On the basis of examinations of thousands of plasma emission spectra of patients with acute abdominal pain, either porphyric or not, we can determine that an unstable peak at ~404/635 (excitation/ emission) nm was found to be exclusive to LP patients.
Laser Induced Plasma Spectroscopy (LIPS or LIBS) is an alternative elemental analysis technology based on the optical emission spectra of the plasma produced by the interaction of high-power laser with gas, solid and liquid media.
It can be very difficult to cleanly separate the signal from multiple fluorescent probes with conventional confocal microscopes because of the overlap of their fluorescence emission spectra.
For the same instrument setting, the equality of fluorescence intensities of two solutions or suspensions integrated over entire emission spectra is equivalent to the equality of fluorescence yields of those two solutions or suspensions.
Although the emission spectra of most dyes overlap, the LightCycler can be calibrated in such a way that the software virtually eliminates the crossover of one dye into the detection wavelength of the other.
Still another developed a new type of spectrograph and used it to record the emission spectra of helium, neon and sodium.
this is a luminescence spectrometer enabling the measurement of "steady-state" and "time-resolved" excitation / emission spectra.
Emission spectra of unmodified and modified samples were recorded on Jasco Model FP-6500.
During the paste decade, the use of Laser Induced Plasma Spectroscopy (LIBS) as an alternative elemental analysis technology based on the optical emission spectra of the plasma produced by the interaction of high-power laser with a target has been studied by several authors [1-7].
The equality would be true even if the absorption and emission spectra are very different for the two fluorophores.
The unique properties of these nanometer-sized Qdot(R) particles include excellent photostability and narrow emission spectra and brightness, making them well suited for a wide range of applications within life sciences and beyond.
On the other hand the emission spectra of doped PA1 in MC solution are blue shifted in comparison with undoped one (see Table 4).
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