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14 June 2006 Luminescent spectroscopy of dry tailings urine
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Proceedings Volume 6254, Seventh International Conference on Correlation Optics; 62541N (2006)
Event: Seventh International Conference on Correlation Optics, 2005, Chernivsti, Ukraine
In the work the results of research of luminescent spectrums by photo excitation in the interval of waves lengths 250 - 550 nm and ofluminescent spectrums by the nitric laser (337,1 mn) excitation ofdiy tailings urinaryby the temperature of 300oK are represented. In the spectral interval of 400 - 800 nm a wide bar of luminescence, intensity of which depends on the type of excitation. was observed. It is set, that presence of salts with oxalate, urate and phosphatic compositions in urine results in the move of maximum of luniinescent spectrums in the long-wave region of spectrum and changes the intensity of luminescence. The possible mechanisms of the observed changes in the spectrums of luminescence of dry urine tailings are examined in the work. The model of recombrnational processes which describe the looked luminescent processes is offered. Possible explanations of the looked features in the spectrums of luminescence combine with luminescence of nanobiological complexes, inorganic salts, urea and natural proteins enter in composition of which.
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Olexander Bilyi, Oleg Bordun, and Ivanna Yarynovska "Luminescent spectroscopy of dry tailings urine", Proc. SPIE 6254, Seventh International Conference on Correlation Optics, 62541N (14 June 2006);

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