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photoluminescence

Definitions

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  • n. luminescence following the absorption of a photon.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. luminescence induced by exposure to light waves in the infrared to ultraviolet range.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See luminescence.

Etymologies

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photo- +‎ luminescence

Examples

  • Sadly. it turns out that the initial sales benefit of natural photoluminescence, has been somewhat offset by a lethal exposure period of about 15 minutes.

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  • The first investigations of I.M. Frank were in the field of photoluminescence and in photochemistry.

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  • Metallic materials are known to affect the optical properties of quantum dots, either by enhancing or inhibiting photoluminescence, depending on a range of factors including the size and shape of the materials, the distance between them, and the wavelength of light used to induce photoexcitation.

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  • The wavelength within the plasmon resonance range enhanced photoluminescence approximately four-fold when compared with the luminescence achieved by the wavelength outside the plasmon resonance range.

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  • When compared with the photoluminescence of individual quantum dots not linked to gold nanoparticles, the resonant wavelength enhanced photoluminescence of the gold-linked quantum dots by an order of magnitude.

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  • The photoluminescence-based pulse-energy detector allowed the team to study the interaction

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  • Ever since the discovery that carbon nanotubes have photoluminescence when encapsulated in micelle surfactant, Vivien points out, there has been interest in pursuing them for use in nanophotonics, and in microelectronics.

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  • As encouraging as photoluminescence in carbon nanotubes has been, though, scientists also need to see that they could be investigated as optical sources.

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  • Apart from crystallography fityk is reported to be used also in chromatography, photoluminescence, infrared and Raman spectroscopy, and in other fields.

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  • Fityk is reportedly used in crystallography, chromatography, photoluminescence and photoelectron spectroscopy, infrared and Raman spectroscopy, to name but a few.

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