Published 1982 .
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|Statement||by Eugene Lee Inman, Jr|
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|Pagination||viii, 307 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||307|
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TOTAL LUMINESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY Theory Total Luminescence Spectroscopy (TLS) measures the emission spectrum of a sample over a range of excitation wavelengths. Data obtained in this manner represent variation in both the excitation and emission wavelengths, making more spectral information available for sample characterization.
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By Eugene Lee Inman. Abstract (Thesis) Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Florida, (Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references (leaves )(Statement of Responsibility) by Eugene Lee Inman, Jr by Eugene Lee Author: Eugene Lee Inman. The algorithm of factor analysis is now available for luminescence spectroscopy.
The first possibility, as in absorption spectroscopy, is to determine pure components emission spectra for a unique set of spectra of mixtures in overdetermined by: 2.
The effect of thermal treatment on the enhancement of detection of adulteration in extra virgin olive oils by synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy and chemometric analysis.
Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, Cited by: Total luminescence spectroscopy.
Abstract. The low temperature total luminescence spectra of pyrene in a single crystal of n-heptane, in a n-heptane Shpolskii matrix and in an ethanol glass, were compared.
Characteristic patterns of a single-site spectrum, a multi-site spectrum, and a strongly inhomogeneously broadened spectrum were by: 5. Analysis of dilute aqueous multifluorophoric mixtures using excitation–emission matrix fluorescence (EEMF) and total synchronous fluorescence (TSF) spectroscopy: A comparative evaluation.
Talanta, Cited by: Luminescence spectroscopy (fluorescence or phosphorescence) is one of the relatively under explored areas of spectroelectrochemistry. This is surprising given the high sensitivity and selectivity of this technique, but may be due to the experimental difficulties in achieving 90° orientation between excitation and detector.