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Fluorescence, Phosphorescence, & Chemiluminescence

Fluorescence, Phosphorescence, & Chemiluminescence

Fluorescence, Phosphorescence, & Chemiluminescence. A) Introduction 1.) Theory of Fluorescence and Phosphorescence :. 10 -8 – 10 -9 s M*  M + heat. 10 -5 to 10 -8 s fluorescence 10 -4 to 10s phosphorescence. 10 -14 to 10 -15 s. - Excitation of e - by absorbance of h n .

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Emission spectroscopy (Mainly fluorescence spectroscopy)

Emission spectroscopy (Mainly fluorescence spectroscopy)

Emission spectroscopy (Mainly fluorescence spectroscopy). Reading : van Holde , Chapter 11 Homework : due Wednesday, April 2 van Holde 11.2. 11.3, 11.4, 11.5, 11.7, 11.8 Grad students: remember to schedule your presentations.

By sukey
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Fluorescence and filters

Fluorescence and filters

Fluorescence and filters. Phenomenon of fluorescence. Jablonski diagram: Absorption of photon elevates fluorophore to excited singlet state S 1 ’ Nonradiative decay to lowest energy singlet excited state S 1 3. Decay to ground state by emission of a photon. Probes.invitrogen.com.

By collier
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BIO 402/502 Advanced Cell & Developmental Biology 	 I

BIO 402/502 Advanced Cell & Developmental Biology I

BIO 402/502 Advanced Cell & Developmental Biology I. Section IV: Dr. Berezney. Lecture 1. The Cell Nucleus and its Genome. Organization of Eukaryotic Genome. Contrasting features of prokaryotic and eukaryotic genomes with respect to size, percent of coding region and number of genes.

By yates
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Genetically encoded 	REDOX biosensors Future Plan – Culture Platform Matthew Leslie

Genetically encoded REDOX biosensors Future Plan – Culture Platform Matthew Leslie

Genetically encoded REDOX biosensors Future Plan – Culture Platform Matthew Leslie . Outline: . Undergrad biosensor work: . Fluorescence GFP (Green Fluorescence Protein) REDOX reactions Single protein sensors VS. FRET (Förster/Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer)

By cybill
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MICROSCOPY AND STAINING

MICROSCOPY AND STAINING

MICROSCOPY AND STAINING. Leeuwenhoek’s Investigation. Metric Units. Light Properties. Wavelength. http://eyetricks.com/0101.htm. Light Properties. Reflection Transmission. Light Microscopy Types. Compound Bright Field. Light Properties. Resolution. Wavelength/Resolution Interaction.

By ketan
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Solid State Synthesis, Phase Diagrams and Solid Solutions

Solid State Synthesis, Phase Diagrams and Solid Solutions

Solid State Synthesis, Phase Diagrams and Solid Solutions. Chemistry 123 Spring 2008 Dr. Woodward. Grind. 2. Heat. 4. 3. Repeat Grind & Heat. Solid State Reactions. Example: MgO(s) + MoO 3 (s)  MgMoO 4. 1. Micron Sized Powders (Starting Materials). Two Component Phase Diagram.

By talen
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Line Spectra and the Bohr Model

Line Spectra and the Bohr Model

Line Spectra and the Bohr Model. Flame Test Colors. Color’s are emitted when atoms are given energy The actual color seen is a mixture of many colors. Atoms. Give Off. Colors of Light. Atomic Emission Spectrum. AES: The set of frequencies (colors of light) emitted by atoms of an element

By anise
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PROSPAN ®

PROSPAN ®

PROSPAN ®. A Herbal Preparation with a Proven Mode of Action. Chemical products First chemical products derived from herbal pattern. Herbal products Long-time experience in phytotherapy Application of plants or parts of plants is historically the basis for any therapy.

By shima
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Clinical Applications of Flow Cytometry

Clinical Applications of Flow Cytometry

Clinical Applications of Flow Cytometry. J.Paul Robinson Professor of Immunopharmacology Professor of Biomedical Engineering Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. Primary areas. DNA/RNA Analysis Microbiology Phenotyping Cell Function.

By zared
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Genetics: 9/9

Genetics: 9/9

Genetics: 9/9. Don’t forget quiz today at end of class and to write your name on the side and top of the scntron . What bases are used to make DNA and RNA? How does a complimentary base pairing stabilize the DNA double helix? How is DNA structurally organized in a cell?

By jenna
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Downstream Processes

Downstream Processes

Downstream Processes. BIE 5900/6600 Spring 2010. Products. From plant, animal or microbial cells Biomass Algae for anaerobic digestion and for biodiesel Anaerobic digester sludge for land application as fertilizer Extracellular component Excreted proteins

By mayda
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RET Program Rationale

RET Program Rationale

Research Experience for Teachers (NSF 0502327): Instructional Modules for Integrating Biomedical & Nanoscale Sciences in School Classrooms. Carolyn Vallas (PI) Director of the U.Va. Center for Diversity in Engineering Juliet Trail RET Program Coordinator, Center for Diversity in Engineering.

By jaron
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Chapter 10: Fibers

Chapter 10: Fibers

Chapter 10: Fibers.

By zilya
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Mechanism of Antibody Based Diagnostic Tests

Mechanism of Antibody Based Diagnostic Tests

PHM142 Fall 2012 Instructor: Dr. Jeffrey Henderson. Mechanism of Antibody Based Diagnostic Tests. Presented By: Colette Papagiannis, Boya(Connie) Xiong and Tianna Costa. Overview. What is an antibody? Antibody Techniques ELISA Indirect Sandwich Competitive Methods of Detection

By larya
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Photochemical Reactions as a Key Step in Natural Product Synthesis.

Photochemical Reactions as a Key Step in Natural Product Synthesis.

Photochemical Reactions as a Key Step in Natural Product Synthesis. Presented by: Augusto César Hernandez-Perez Literature Presentation March 21 th 2011. About Me. Guatemala: Country of Mayan civilisation . San Mateo Ixtatan. About Me. Pointe-Aux-Trembles. I ’ m not Mexican.

By giulio
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BACTERIOPLANKTON: DISTRIBUTION AND ECOLOGY

BACTERIOPLANKTON: DISTRIBUTION AND ECOLOGY

BACTERIOPLANKTON: DISTRIBUTION AND ECOLOGY. Role of bacteria in the carbon cycle. Recall. How to determine numbers of cells and biomass. Direct count Culture Fluorescence microscopy ATP Identify environmental microbes by PCR, RFLP, and sequencing. SEM micrograph of bacterioplankton.

By thetis
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Atomic Physics

Atomic Physics

Atomic Physics. Atoms with dipoles – surface effects. Any sort of collision…. 1. Ion Velocity: E/mc 2 = E(MeV)/0.5(MeV) = ½ M N v 2 / mc 2 Therefore v/c = √ [ 4E(MeV) (m/M N )] = ( 2/√1840 ) √[(E (MeV)/A( amu )] Giving v = 13.9 mm/ns √[(E (MeV)/A( amu )]

By braima
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Determine the levels of Arsenic in Apple Juice

Determine the levels of Arsenic in Apple Juice

Determine the levels of Arsenic in Apple Juice. Brianna Shildt & Kirsten Berube. Arsenic . A poisonous metal Its found naturally in soil and minerals Arsenic compounds are used as pesticides. There is organic and inorganic Inorganic is toxic Organic is not toxic.

By fergus
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Key criteria for selecting an LED solution

Key criteria for selecting an LED solution

Key criteria for selecting an LED solution . Marco Wendling Lietcorp GmbH. Selecting an LED based solution …. B rand. Product features. A new and sometimes large selection … . K nown brands ( selection ). Emerging brands ( selection ). LIETCORP. +. +. Known brands.

By elmo
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