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#ALT# What is Laser Induced Fluorescence?

Laser Induced Fluorescence is an optical spectroscopic technique where a sample is excited with a laser, and the fluorescence emitted by the sample is subsequently captured by a photodetector. LIF can be understood as a class of fluorescence spectroscopy where the usual lamp excitation is replaced by a laser source.

Edinburgh Instruments explores the history, types, and solutions for laser induced fluorescence.

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