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  • n. An analytical technique that uses fluorescence to detect and identify small samples of substances

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  • He was already well recognized for his ingenuous methods involving enzymology, spectrometry and fluorometry in the quantitative analysis of important enzymes, substrates and products in extremely small amounts of tissue.

    Robert F. Furchgott - Autobiography

  • He adds that double-checking results with other techniques, such as gel electrophoresis or fluorometry, in which leaching chemicals do not affect readings, would catch the problem.

    Scientific American

  • The effects - which were measured through photographic image analysis and Pulse-Amplitude-Modulated fluorometry - also varied considerably, with certain seaweeds showing stronger impacts than others.

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  • Pulse-Amplitude-Modulated fluorometry -- also varied considerably, with certain seaweeds showing stronger impacts than others.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • Separation of o-phtalaldehyde derivatives was achieved on a 200×4. 9 mm, 5 µm Spherisorb ODS2 column (Waters) and monitored by fluorometry.

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  • Chlorophyll fluorescence is non-invasive and minimal technical expertise and a basic understanding of fluorometry.

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