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Application of fluorescence microscopy to a study of chemical problems

By R. Stephen Davidson


The review outlines the photophysical properties that a compound should possess if it is to be of value as a reagent for fluorescence microscopy. Applications of fluorescence microscopy and related techniques to the study of the uptake of dyes by fibres, the photodegradation of dyes and polymers (e.g. wool and lignin) and for determining the softening temperatures of polymers are described

Topics: Q, QD
Publisher: Royal Soci of Chemistry
Year: 1996
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