In physics and physical chemistry, time-resolved spectroscopy is the study of dynamic processes in materials or chemical compounds by means of spectroscopic techniques.
Thus, time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy can be used to investigate these processes and gain insight into the chemical surroundings of the fluorophore.
Fluorescence spectroscopy (also known as fluorometry or spectrofluorometry) is a type of electromagnetic spectroscopy that analyzes fluorescence from a sample.
Time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy is used to monitor molecular interactions and motions that occur in the picosecond—nanosecond time range, and is especially ...
Time correlated single photon counting was used to investigate solvent dynamics of laser dyes in a polar, viscous solvent. The resolved total luminescence spectra of ...
Time-Resolved Fluorescence. Time-Resolved Fluorescence (or Fluorescence Lifetime) Spectroscopy is an extension of Steady State Fluorescence. Fluorescence lifetimes ...
FluoTime 100 Compact Fluorescence Lifetime Spectrometer. The FluoTime 100 is an easy to use, ultra compact time-resolved fluorescence spectrometer.
Time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy is the technique of choice to perform these measurements. FRET can be measured not only in solution, ...
1. Real-time fluorescence measurement Is simplest technique if fluorescence lifetime is > 100 ps. Picosecond excitation lasers are used. Time resolution depends on ...
A family of sensors is presented with fluorescence decay-time measurements used as the sensing technique. The concept is to take a single fluorophore with a suitably ...