Fluorescence Spectroscopy: An Overview
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#ALT# How to Measure Fluorescence Spectra

Fluorescence spectroscopy (also called spectrofluorometry or fluorometry) is a kind of electromagnetic spectroscopy, which analyzes fluorescence from a sample. It involves the use of a light beam that excites the electrons in molecules of certain compounds and causes them to emit light in a typical scenario but not necessarily, visible light.

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