5 edition of Luminescence techniques in chemical and biochemical analysis found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Willy R.G. Baeyens, Denis de Keukeleire, Katherine Korkidis.|
|Series||Practical spectroscopy ;, v. 12|
|Contributions||Baeyens, Willy R. G., 1948-, De Keukeleire, Denis, 1943-, Korkidis, Katherine, 1954-|
|LC Classifications||QD96.L85 L85 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 654 p. :|
|Number of Pages||654|
|LC Control Number||90013975|
The most widely used analytical chemistry textbook in the world, Dan Harris's Quantitative Chemical Analysis provides a sound physical understanding of the principles of analytical chemistry, showing how these principles are applied in chemistry and related disciplinesespecially in life sciences and environmental science. As always, the new . A review with 90 references is presented to show the development of acidic chemiluminescence methods for biochemical analysis by use of flow injection technique in the last 10 years.
Luminescence is spontaneous emission of light by a substance not resulting from heat; or "cold light".. It is thus a form of cold-body can be caused by chemical reactions, electrical energy, subatomic motions or stress on a distinguishes luminescence from incandescence, which is light emitted by a substance as a result of heating. In this, the only up-to-date book on this key technology, the number-one expert in the field perfectly blends academic knowledge and industrial applications. Adopting a didactical approach, Professor Ronda discusses all the underlying principles, such that both researchers as well as beginners in the field will profit from this book. The focus is on the inorganic side and 4/5(1).
It is the first and only book that provides chemical information on all known bioluminescence systems, in a single volume. Some 35 different types of bioluminescence organisms are discussed in 10 Author: O. Shimomura. Luminescence - Luminescence - Luminescence physics: The emission of visible light (that is, light of wavelengths between about nanometres and nanometres, corresponding to the region between deep red and deep violet) requires excitation energies the minimum of which is given by Einstein’s law stating that the energy (E) is equal to Planck’s constant (h) times the frequency .
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"brings to light several novel methods of luminescence analysis and will be of practical use to readers working in the field, as well as being of general interest to a wider analytical audience.
"Analytica Chimica Acta, "covers a wealth of techniques and should be on the bookshelf of the life scientist interested in analysis. Luminescence techniques in chemical and biochemical analysis.
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Luminescence Techniques in Chemical and Biochemical Analysis by W. Baeyens, D. de Keukeleire, K. Kokidis Marcel Dekker, Inc., New Yorkpp., ISBN ; Price: US & Canada $/Export $ Luminescence techniques, which encompass fluorescence. Luminescence Techniques in Chemical and Biochemical Analysis 1st Edition.
Willy R. Baeyens Octo Provides information on modern luminescence techniques, beginning with a general introduction to luminescence spectroscopy.
Divided into two basic sections, the first dealing with fluorescence and the latter part on chemiluminescence. Luminescence, emission of light by certain materials when they are relatively cool.
It is in contrast to light emitted from incandescent bodies, such as burning wood or coal, molten iron, and wire heated by an electric scence may be seen in neon and fluorescent lamps; television, radar, and X-ray fluoroscope screens; organic substances such as luminol or the.
In the following sections these different luminescence dating and dosimetry techniques and methods are described and information is provided on recent achievements in instrument development and in luminescence detection and analysis.
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Author: Joachim Lindblom Luminescence Techniques In Chemical And Biochemical Analysis. Author: Willy R. Part of the Springer Protocols Handbooks book series (SPH) Abstract Chemiluminescence results from reactions with a very high energy yield, which produce a potentially fluorescent product molecule; reaction energy passed to the product may result in an excited state and subsequent production of a single photon of by: 6.
Define luminescence. luminescence synonyms, luminescence pronunciation, luminescence translation, English dictionary definition of luminescence. Luminescence is caused by chemical, biochemical, or crystallographic changes, the motions of subatomic particles, or radiation-induced excitation of an atomic system.
The light so emitted. Chemiluminescence (also chemoluminescence) is the emission of light (luminescence), as the result of a chemical may also be limited emission of heat. Given reactants A and B, with an excited intermediate, [A] + [B] → [ ] → [Products] + lightFor example, if [A] is luminol and [B] is hydrogen peroxide in the presence of a suitable catalyst we have.
Macedonian Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering phosphorescence and related luminescence methods. In the second part, the combination of these luminescence methods with flow techniques such as high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), capillary electrophoresis (CE) and flow injection analysis (FIA) for the detection and Cited by: Molecular Biology: An International Series of Monographs and Textbooks: Fluorescence Assay in Biology and Medicine, Volume II covers the many applications of fluorescence and phosphorescence.
This book discusses the principles of fluorescence polarization, comparison of luminescence methods of analysis, and direct measurement of fluorescence.
This volume provides the readers an in-depth, yet concise, overview of the physico-chemical structures, luminescence and related properties of II-VI compounds which are being utilised and exhaustively studied these days for their applications in LED's, modern optoelectronic devices, flat EL screens and panels, infrared detectors, photovoltaic and thermal solar energy converters etc.
phenomena – thermally stimulated luminescence and optically stimulated luminescence. The most com-monly used luminescence stimulation and detection techniques are reviewed and information is given on recent developments in instrument design and on the state of the art in luminescence measurements and analysis.
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CRC Press, pp.ISBN: Luminescence publishes papers on instrumentation, mechanistic and synthetic studies, basic biology and biochemistry, assays and analytical methods. Luminescence also publishes details of forthcoming meetings, information on new products, and book reviews.
A special feature of the Journal is surveys of the recent literature on selected topics in. luminescence [lu″mĭ-nes´ens] the property of giving off light without a corresponding degree of heat. luminescence (lū'mi-nes'ents), Emission of light from a body as a result of a chemical reaction.
See: bioluminescence. [L. lumen, light] luminescence (lo͞o′mə-nĕs′əns) n. 1. The emission of light that does not derive energy from the.DEVELOPMENT OF SOLID SUBSTRATE LUMINESCENCE AND CHROMATOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS.
William. J. Long Department of Chemistry-Virginia Commonwealth University, Thesis Director: Dr. Syang Y. Su Room Temperature Phosphorimetry (RTP) is a sensistive and selective technique which is well suited to the Author: William J. Long.This comprehensive book presents the theoretical principles, current applications and latest research developments in the field of luminescent lanthanide complexes; a rapidly developing area of research which is attracting increasing interest amongst the scientific community.
Luminescence of Lanthanide Ions in Coordination Compounds and Nanomaterials begins with .