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spectrum of electromagnetic radiation emitted by a self-luminous source

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An emission spectra band at 470 nm, which affects the CT interaction, was observed in all 6FDA-TeMPD-based triblock copolymers (Fig.
The emission spectra of the SZO films obtained from the photoluminescence spectra at the excitation wavelength 350 nm reveals the characteristic nature of ZnO.
Once the action spectrum is specified for the pathogen of particular relevance, the cross product of those spectra with the emission spectra of the particular light source determines the germicidal power of the light source.
High-speed imaging technique was introduced to record the liquid-phase fuel injection and combustion process, and the natural combustion emission spectra of typical double injection case were acquired and analyzed.
Following the last resuspension in fresh heme-free medium, the cells were transferred to a quartz cell and the emission spectra were obtained while compared with a blank of heme-free BHI medium.
Another way to view this hyalite luminescence is to plot a 3D block diagram (Figure 21) showing the emission spectra from 500 to 650 nm (red traces) as a function of excitation wavelength from 248 to 490 nm, in 3 nm intervals.
19) Moreover, the symmetric emission spectra of QDs have nominated them as an appropriate donor molecule for Forster resonance energy transfer (FRET)-based sensors, (18,20,21) in which the electronic excitation energy of a donor molecule is transferred to a nearby acceptor molecule via a dipole--dipole interaction between the donor/acceptor pair.
In order to obtain high-quality and stable film deposition or etching, plasma emission spectra have to be accurately monitored to control the manufacturing system appropriately.
However, the emission spectra of many labels share similar peak emission wavelengths, resulting in poor spectral separation.
The fluorescence emission spectra of tryptophan (300-540 nm, resolution: 1 nm, slits: 5 nm) and NADH (400-740 nm, resolution: 1 nm, slits: 5 nm) were recorded with excitation set at 280 nm and 380 nm, respectively.
In multiplexed assays, the cell surface has a variety of attached QDs, and the fluorescence emission, while the cell momentarily travels through the focal volume of the laser, contains the emission spectra from the different QDs.
They cover linear and non-linear optical phenomena, luminescence and time-resolved emission spectra of Nd3+ and Er3+: silver zinc borate glasses, spectral features of lead arsenate glasses doped with copper oxide, dielectric studies on alkali borate glasses mixed with iron oxide, a case study of treating a large cystic lesion in the anterior maxilla using glass reinforced hydroxyapatite, and guided bone regeneration using glass-reinforced hydroxyapatite and collagen membrane in treating peri-implantitis.
Instead, line emission spectra from highly ionized ions might best be viewed as direct evidence that materials with elevated electron affinities exist within the corona.
Absorption and emission spectra in different solvents show little variation.
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