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a fluorescence that persists after the bombarding radiation has ceased

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Excursion to Colonia del Sacramiento -- Value of an Estancia -- Cattle, how counted -- Singular Breed of Oxen -- Perforated Pebbles -- Shepherd Dogs -- Horses broken-in, Gauchos riding -- Character of Inhabitants -- Rio Plata -- Flocks of Butterflies -- Aeronaut Spiders -- Phosphorescence of the Sea -- Port Desire -- Guanaco -- Port St.
The walls of the houses were wet, the mud of the roadway glistened with an effect of phosphorescence, and when he emerged into the Strand out of a narrow street by the side of Charing Cross Station the genius of the locality assimilated him.
The Vernier Flash Photolysis Spectrometer is a simple, user-friendly and compact tabletop instrument for demonstrating the fundamental principles of chemical kinetics and photochemistry during experiments that involve excited-state dynamics, triplet-decay analysis, time-resolved phosphorescence, and more.
Wearing the famous silks of the Niarchos family, solicitor Carina Mckeown will ride lightly raced five-year-old Phosphorescence in the Animal Health Trust Charity race over a mile of the July course.
The subject of the tender is the supply of 3 pieces fluorimetric analyzers with variable wavelength and with basic equipment and one piece fluorescence spectrometer with two spectrographs to measure the excitation and emission spectra measurements including time-resolved phosphorescence accessory.
Swimming over pink and green coral, you see shoals of fish and at night, under a full moon, the water is filled with phosphorescence which glows as you move around.
Valuable papers, like passports and money, are usually made of cotton and cellulose, an ideal medium for visualizing phosphorescence at room temperature," said Ghauch, who claimed his system can distinguish counterfeit notes in five milliseconds.
They came in a pack and he could only see the lines in the water that their fins made and their phosphorescence as they threw themselves on the fish.
Early works in fluorescence and phosphorescence, later departed from because of their toxicity, marked the beginning of a journey into experimentation with metallurgy and its interaction with light.
I felt my use of these bright, intense Day-Glo colours, as well as my use of phosphorescence for example, was no holds barred (Fig.
It is used to measure irradiance, light absorption, scattering of light, reflection of light, fluorescence, phosphorescence and luminescence.
And if you stay and watch the colors fade and the stars twinkle, you may see the nighttime phenomenon of phosphorescence in the Gulf waters.
In Phosphorescence of Thought, O'Leary's fourth collection, the poet continues that project by putting aside the suppressed and exploring the wonder of sentient life, depicting landscapes as if seen from the sovereign confines of some distant sphere.
Tori, from Clarebeston Road, near Haverfordwest, said: "It was spectacular, the phosphorescence at night was magical.
Three days into the oceanic crossing, the team was sailing on very calm waters when the two realised that the whole boat was glowing with phosphorescence.