In this article we provide a short overview of the inner workings of fluorescence spectrometers and a basic guide on fluorescence.
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Acquiring and interpreting steady state fluorescence data is not always straightforward. In this article we offer some advice on commonly encountered problems to help you optimise the operation of your Edinburgh Instruments spectrometer. View the full article online. https://www.edinst.com/blog/fluorescence-spectra-measurements/
One of the most powerful techniques to understand the behaviour and performance of electrical devices is electroluminescence spectroscopy. In electroluminescence (EL) spectroscopy a working device, such as a light emitting diode or solar cell, is placed inside a spectrometer and the light emission properties of the device studied. EL spectroscopy can be performed as eith...
The inner filter effect is a common problem in fluorescence spectroscopy, affecting spectral measurements in particular. In this article we provide clear and practical steps to avoid the inner filter effect. View the article online. https://www.edinst.com/blog/inner-filter-effect/
In 1907 English engineer Henry Joseph Round was testing the rectifying current behaviour of SiC crystallites and noticed that a faint yellow light was emitted from the SiC; this was simultaneously the first reported observation of the phenomena of electroluminescence spectroscopy and the first successful operation of a light emitting diode (LED). The work of Round was ex...