excitation spectrum


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excitation spectrum

[‚ek‚sī′tā·shən ‚spek·trəm]
(spectroscopy)
The graph of luminous efficiency per unit energy of the exciting light absorbed by a photoluminescent body versus the frequency of the exciting light.
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It was studied in earlier step that the two peaks which were observed in the excitation spectrum of reference compound 4 i.
The excitation spectrum of compound 6 obtained after the addition of metal solution is shown in figure 3.
This is consistent with the excitation spectrum noted above.
The excitation spectrum of the hyalite basically indicates that its luminescence may be excited by visible light, but other conditions, probably not limited to those cited above, are necessary for this rare phenomenon to occur.
2) should be able to represent basic features of excitation spectrum including the values and parametric dependencies of resonant frequencies [f.
The excitation spectrum of the postcolumn photolytic product was identical for all seven MTXPGs (Fig.
The excitation spectra of the MTXPG photolytic products in patient samples compared with the excitation spectrum of MTX photolytic product in water (Fig.
The maximum of the excitation spectrum of bead7 slightly shifts to the red compared to that of bead3.
The first is the excitation spectrum, which allows for the measurement of the relative efficiency of different excitation wavelengths to cause fluorescence.
The excitation spectrum will show the wavelengths of radiation that produce luminescence when they strike the sample.
Second, the molecular properties (the excitation spectrum [epsilon]([[lambda].