resonance fluorescence


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resonance fluorescence

[′rez·ən·əns flu̇‚res·əns]
(atomic physics)
(nuclear physics)
Resonant scattering from an atomic nucleus.
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A successful realization of the proposed research relies on four pillars: Resonance fluorescence (applicant: Dr.
The transitions of quantum dots were used to generate single photons via resonance fluorescence - a technique demonstrated previously by the same team.
8) Nuclear resonance fluorescence imaging to identify materials based on the spectrum of gamma rays a nucleus emits when struck by photons of a specific energy.
William Bertozzi's nuclear resonance fluorescence imaging (NRFI) technology reveals the cargo's atomic composition.
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