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  • emission
  • The engineered microsphere design focuses on intensifying the Cerenkov luminescence emission and shifting the emission wavelengths toward the near-infrared for better penetration of light in biological tissue. (illinois.edu)
  • This includes the use of a high-refractive index oil core that increases the intensity of Cerenkov luminescence by lowering the Cerenkov radiation energy threshold, as well as near-infrared quantum dots that can be optically excited by Cerenkov luminescence and generate higher-wavelength optical emission. (illinois.edu)
  • Emphasis was placed on the application of these microspheres for identifying tumor locations and atherosclerotic plaques through multimodal imaging techniques, including positron emission tomography, Cerenkov luminescence-excited quantum dot fluorescence imaging, and conventional fluorescence imaging. (illinois.edu)
  • enhancement
  • In addition to signal enhancement of Cerenkov luminescence, the modification of the microsphere surface is addressed through the development of conjugation chemistry of functionalization and PEGylation to achieve disease targeting and to improve biodistribution of the agent. (illinois.edu)
  • type
  • Cerenkov luminescence imaging has gained attention as a new type of molecular imaging modality for its potential to bridge optical imaging with nuclear imaging. (illinois.edu)
  • Spectroscopy
  • Papers in the traditional areas of optical spectroscopy (absorption, MCD, luminescence, Raman scattering) are welcome. (elsevier.com)
  • While the origin of luminescence in carbon dots is still quite a mystery, Pan and his collaborators have previously demonstrated that these particles can be used to simultaneously track carrier and quantitative release of cargo using hyperspectral imaging ( Advanced Functional Materials 26, 2016, 8031-8041) or Vibrational spectroscopy based techniques ( Sci Rep . 2016 Jul 11;6:29299. (innovations-report.com)
  • Over the past three decades, luminescence spectroscopy has transcended its origins as a curiosity in the physical laboratory to become a widely used and respected staple of the analytical chemist's instrumentation arsenal. (wiley.com)
  • And the list of recent advances in analytical applications of luminescence spectroscopy keeps growing. (wiley.com)
  • Presenting topics never available in any analytical text, such as excited state optical activity and bioinorganic luminescence spectroscopy, the volumes represented a significant advance in the chemical literature. (wiley.com)
  • Invaluable to analytical chemists, instructors, and students, Molecular Luminescence Spectroscopy, Part 3 offers expert guidance on the practical specifics of this multi-faceted technique as well as its farreaching analytical possibilities. (wiley.com)
  • A widely known authority on the subject of phototropic equilibrium in electronically excited states, he has written over one hundred papers in the areas of excited state chemistry and molecular luminescence spectroscopy. (wiley.com)
  • He is also the editor of Molecular Luminescence Spectroscopy: Methods and Applications, Parts 1 and 2 . (wiley.com)
  • Clinical Applications of Luminescence Spectroscopy (G.Schenk). (wiley.com)
  • wherein
  • 2. The luminescence element of claim 1 wherein said inorganic semiconductor thin film layer is a p-type inorganic semiconductor thin film layer. (google.com)
  • 3. The luminescence element of claim 2 wherein said inorganic semiconductor thin film layer is an amorphous silicon semiconductor thin film. (google.com)
  • 6. The luminescence element of claim 4 wherein said organic compound thin film layer is one wherein two layered compound thin films are laminated. (google.com)
  • 7. The luminescence element of claim 6 wherein said two-layer organic compound thin film layer comprises an organic compound layer readily liable to be excited and an organic compound layer having a large positive hole mobility. (google.com)
  • Generally, this EL element is a luminescence element which has a structure wherein a layer manifesting the above luminescence function is arranged between two electrodes, and by the impression of voltage between these electodes converts electric energy directly to light. (google.com)
  • On the other hand, there has recently been reported an injection luminescence diode element wherein an organic compound thin film having a positive hole conductivity and an organic compound thin film having an electron conductivity are superposed into two layers [C. W. Tang: Appl. (google.com)
  • oxide
  • A phosphor comprising an effective amount of cerium to provide luminescence, and the balance substantially an oxide compound of hafnium and an alkaline earth from the group consisting of barium, strontium, calcium, and mixtures thereof, having substantially a perovskite crystal form. (google.com)
  • organic
  • 1. A luminescence element which comprises two electrode layers at least one of which is transparent or translucent and a luminescence function-manifesting layer provided between these two electrode layers, the luminescence function-manifesting layer comprising an inorganic semiconductor thin film layer and an organic semiconductor thin film layer. (google.com)
  • scientists
  • The purpose of the Journal of Luminescence is to provide a means of communication between scientists in different disciplines who share a common interest in the electronic excited states of molecular , ionic and covalent systems, whether crystalline, amorphous, or liquid. (elsevier.com)
  • Technique
  • Room temperature cathodoluminescence studies revealed two features in the luminescence properties of the ZnO obtained by this technique, first a high-intensity narrow peak centered at 390 nm (~3.2 eV) corresponding to a near band-to-band emission, and secondly, a broad peak centered around 517 nm (2.4 eV), the typical green-yellow luminescence, related to an unintentionally doped ZnO. (hindawi.com)
  • light
  • Luminescence , emission of light by certain materials when they are relatively cool. (britannica.com)
  • In all these phenomena, light emission does not result from the material being above room temperature, and so luminescence is often called cold light. (britannica.com)
  • On the other hand, at very high temperatures, such as are generated in shock tubes, the collisions of atoms can be so violent that electrons dissociate from the atoms and recombine with them, emitting light: in this case luminescence and incandescence become indistinguishable. (britannica.com)
  • Luminescence is the ability to emit bright light from one's body. (heroeswiki.com)
  • Radio-luminescence is a phenomena that causes a material to give off light when excited by a source of radiation. (free-energy.ws)
  • The word Luminescence is a description of the physical phenomenon that describes the spontaneous emission of light by chemical reactions or electrical energy. (ah.fm)
  • They measure the resulting luminescence of the nanowire to observe how light couples to the metal film. (pddnet.com)
  • Surprisingly, we found ripe yellow bananas to appear blue under UV light and to display a previously unnoticed blue luminescence (Figure 1). (docme.ru)
  • applications
  • The laboratory, which is part of the Anthropology Department, specializes in archaeological applications and is particularly interested in research projects in which luminescence can solve archaeological problems not accessible by other dating techniques. (washington.edu)
  • Applications of Organized Bile Salt Media for Luminescence Analysis(L. McGown). (wiley.com)
  • title
  • Andy Kern describes his track and the choice of title 'Luminescence' which represents the theme of the song very well. (ah.fm)
  • label
  • We welcome Andy Kern to our label with his tune 'Luminescence' which takes TAR#138 right to the dancefloor and that is where we stay throughout this track! (ah.fm)
  • Figure
  • The luminescence of such extracts was also similar to that of a solution of the main banana FCC in methanol (Mc-FCC-56 in Figure 1). (docme.ru)
  • system
  • Observing this luminescence is a way of studying the chirality of the system, explains Prof Parker: "The optical signal we observed carries information in its circular polarisation. (biologynews.net)
  • site
  • The researchers found that only one enantiomer of certain europium and terbium complexes bound selectively to a drug binding site of the protein serum albumin, and that the luminescence changed dramatically. (biologynews.net)