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Fourier Transform Fluorescence Spectrometry

Volume 42, Number 8 (Dec. 1988) Page 1563-1566

Hlivko, B.; Hong, H.; Williams, R.R.

A variety of fluorescence spectra have been measured interferometrically, demonstrating the feasibility of Fourier Transform Fluorescence Spectrometry (FT-FS). Emission spectra have been measured with the use of a monochromatic source and an interferometer as the emission selector. Excitation spectra have been measured with the use of a multi-line laser. Fluorescence polarization spectra have also been recorded with the use of laser excitation. The analytical characteristics of working curves are discussed.