The major reason forpresentingabiblio ultraviolet light, or which make only a casual graphy on fluorescence and phosphorescence reference to the fluorescence technique were can be summed up in one statement: A recent usually rejected. However, occasionally survey showed that twenty-two percent of all papers of this nature were included because chemical and clinical research was uninten fluorescence methods seem to have unusual tionally duplicated. A comprehensive source potential for the problems discussed. Again, if pertinent papers were missed the authors book of fluorescence and phosphorescence would be grateful to have these omissions techniques is therefore needed not only to suggest ideas for future research, but to help called to their attention. The abbreviations of journal names em decrease needless duplication and expense, ployed in this Guide are those used by and thus to promote the development of both disciplines. Chemical Abstracts. Each paper has been The authors hope that researchers new given an alpha-numericalidentification. Sec to fluorescence techniques will appreciate tion A contains papers published in theyears the convenience of this Guide for obtaining 1950-1953, section B the years 1954-1956, data which otherwise could be found only by section C the years 1957-1959, and section reviewing dozens of papers, many difficult to D the years 1960-1964. Section E contains find, and that old hands will find ita valuable papers missed in the original compilation.... D1089 Chopin, J. - C607 Chou, C. N. a A348 Choudhury, P. K. a B460 Chow, P. C. - D1811, D1812 Chowdhury, M. a D814, D1287, D1813 Christodouleas, N. D. a D1001, D1002, D1814 Christophorou, L. G. - D773, D774, D1239, D1240, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Guide to Fluorescence Literature|
|Author||:||Richard A. Passwater|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|