ERIC Number: EJ774937
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2007-Aug
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Quantitative Imaging in Laboratory: Fast Kinetics and Fluorescence Quenching
Cumberbatch, Tanya; Hanley, Quentin S.
Journal of Chemical Education, v84 n8 p1319 Aug 2007
The process of quantitative imaging, which is very commonly used in laboratory, is shown to be very useful for studying the fast kinetics and fluorescence quenching of many experiments. The imaging technique is extremely cheap and hence can be used in many absorption and luminescence experiments.
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