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Photoluminescence in Biological News

Detecting dangerous chemicals with lasers, exploring the brain's circuitry with light and more

...AL DETECTION SECURE COMMUNICATIONS VIA SPACE photoluminescence IN NANO-NEEDLES NATIONAL IGNITION FACILITYTHE ...nnel from a LEO Satellite to the Earth.") photoluminescence IN NANO-NEEDLES Silicon is the workhorse am...c study of single molecules. (Talk CTuCC1, "Bright photoluminescence from GaAs and InGaAs Nanoneedles Grown on Si Subst...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Nov. 14, 2007

... that are excellent electrical conductors. In laboratory studies, the researchers demonstrated that a good electrical connection was established using photoluminescence spectroscopy measurements. These new biohybrid conjugates could reduce the cost of fuel cells by reducing or eliminating the need for platinum and oth...
Photoluminescence in Biological Technology

Detecting dangerous chemicals with lasers, exploring the brain's circuitry with light and more

...AL DETECTION SECURE COMMUNICATIONS VIA SPACE photoluminescence IN NANO-NEEDLES NATIONAL IGNITION FACILITYTHE ...nnel from a LEO Satellite to the Earth.") photoluminescence IN NANO-NEEDLES Silicon is the workhorse am...c study of single molecules. (Talk CTuCC1, "Bright photoluminescence from GaAs and InGaAs Nanoneedles Grown on Si Subst...

Chemists measure copper levels in zinc oxide nanowires

...of copper. Although zinc oxide is best known as a strong sunblock, cold remedy, itch reliever and paint pigment, nanotech engineers like it for its photoluminescence (the ability to emit light after absorbing electromagnetic radiation), field emission (the basis for advanced, high-definition flat-panel displays) an...

Photoluminescence Spectroscopy of Quantum Dots, monitored by the Spex FluoroMax

...e QDs are shown herein to possess a nonlinear change in their photoluminescence spectra, correlated to size and composition, as monitored by ... A range of alloyed QDs were examined via absorption and photoluminescence spectroscopy (Figure 2). Comparative literature values for ...
Photoluminescence in Biological Products

Immunochemistry 1 from Promega

Description:...latest ELISA techniques including amplification systems, enzyme immunoassays for detecting cell-surface molecules (cell-ELISA and ELISPOT procedures), photoluminescence immunoassays, the incorporation of antibodies and their fragments into immunotoxins and the use of synthetic peptides in mapping the epitopes of both ...
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