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Aromatic molecular fluorescence in condensed media is today much more than a phenomenon. As well as providing a tool to research underlying molecular photophysics, it provides unique properties in terms of sensitivity and timescales for studying and using reactions and kinetics across a whole range of disciplines. In this short perspective, I will chart some of the milestones and highlights in the evolution of modern day fluorescence from the viewpoint of instrumentation and techniques applied to biomolecular science. Along the way I will note some present obstacles to progress, challenges and future opportunities.
- biological physics
1/08/08 → 31/01/12
Birch, D. J. S., Hungerford, G., McLoskey, D., Sagoo, K. & Yip, P., 2 Jul 2019, Fluorescence in Industry. Pedras, B. (ed.). Switzerland: Springer, Vol. 18. p. 103-133 31 p. (Springer Series on Fluorescence; vol. 18).
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