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Pulsed-source luminescence measurements using a computer-controlled spectrometer

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Traditionally fluorescence and phosphorescence measurements are made on fluorescence spectrometers using a DC source such as a 150 Watt xenon lamp. Differentiation between the fast decaying fluorescence signal and the relatively long lived phosphorescence is temporally obtained using a mechanical phosphoroscope. By periodically interrupting the exciting light measurements are made at the instant of excitation (fluorescence) or during the periods of darkness (phosphorescence). [Continues.]

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© Alun Trefor Rhys Williams

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1984

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A Doctoral Thesis. Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of Doctor of Philosophy at Loughborough University.

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