1 October 1983 Characterization Of Complex Samples By Laser-Excited Matrix-Isolation Fluorescence Spectrometry
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Abstract
The use of laser-induced matrix-isolation fluorescence spectrometry for identification and quantification of individual fluorescent constituents of complex samples is surveyed. The advantages of matrix isolation are outlined, and the advantages of laser excitation in low-temperature fluorometry are discussed. The use of Shpol'skii matrices, optical site-selection techniques, and time resolution in matrix-isolation fluorometric analyses is considered. The relationship between selectivity and analytical detection limits in the fluorometric analysis of complex samples is emphasized.
E. L. Wehry, E. L. Wehry, Vincent B. Conrad, Vincent B. Conrad, John L. Hammons, John L. Hammons, Jon R. Maple, Jon R. Maple, Mildred B. Perry, Mildred B. Perry, } "Characterization Of Complex Samples By Laser-Excited Matrix-Isolation Fluorescence Spectrometry," Optical Engineering 22(5), 225558 (1 October 1983). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973196 . Submission:
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