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The visible hydrogen emission spectrum lines in the Balmer series.
As with PEA 1, emission spectrum of NEA 2 exhibits a 400-650 nm band with a lmax = 481 nm that is not changed in an oxygen-depleted medium or in the absence of photosensitizer MB or RB, and when the mixture is not exposed to light, Figure 3(a).
Overlap (>30%) of the fluorescence emission spectrum of the donor with the absorption spectrum of the acceptor.
More specifically, the fluorescence spectrum was 50 AU for the solution containing QDs/P1 and AuNPs/P2, but in the presence of the target a downward shift to 10 AU in the emission spectrum was recorded (Fig.
40), little to no photon emission at the reporter's emission spectrum can be detected.
The fluorescence emission spectrum depends on the nature of both the ground and excited state of the molecule and is influenced by the hydrogen-bonding ability, polarity of the solvent, the excitation wavelength, and the state of anil groups (solution and solid).
An optical fiber (1000-[micro]m thick, Ocean Optics) was vertically placed over the samples to allow the fluorescence emission spectrum to be measured at a 45[degrees] angle to the excitation source.
TF has been widely used for monitoring protein changes in biophysical research to detect protein folding, conformation and aggregation by virtue of shifts in the emission spectrum in different polar microenvironments.
Therefore, there could not be a suitable correlation between the absorption spectra of the photo-initiators and the emission spectrum of the LCUs.
The emission spectrum appears in the longer wavelength region than the absorption spectrum allowing us to study the differences in their properties.
Each of the first 100 elements gets a stunning spread with a brief bio, including weight, density, uses, emission spectrum and crystal structure, when known.
A typical emission spectrum of a solution prepared by adding 90 [micro]L of the serum of a patient with no detectable cardiac troponin to a solution containing the US nanoparticles is labeled as Patient 1 on Figure 1.
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