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Molecular Luminescence Spectroscopy, Methods and Applications, Part 3

ISBN: 978-0-471-51580-7
480 pages
March 1993
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Table of Contents

Chemiluminescence (K. Nakashima & K. Imai).

Fluorescent Probes for Evaluation of Local Physical and Structural Parameters (B. Valeur).

Photochemical Fluorometry (J.-J.


Applications of Organized Bile Salt Media for Luminescence Analysis (L. McGown).

Spectral Hole-Burning (K. Holliday & U. Wild).

Near-Infrared Luminescence Spectroscopy (S. Akiyama).

Microspectrofluorometry on Supported Planar Membranes (L. Tamm & E. Kalb).

Clinical Applications of Luminescence Spectroscopy (G. Schenk).

Laser-Excited Molecular Fluorescence in Analytical Sciences (J. Hofstraat, et al.).

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Author Information

About the editor STEPHEN G. SCHULMAN is Professor of Pharmacy and Chemistry at the College of Pharmacy, University of Florida. A widely known authority on the subject of phototropic equilibrium in electronically excited states, he has written over one hundred papers in the areas of excited state chemistry and molecular luminescence spectroscopy. He is also the editor of Molecular Luminescence Spectroscopy: Methods and Applications, Parts 1 and 2. He received a PhD in analytical chemistry from the University of Arizona.
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