fluorescence definition

  • noun:
    • The emission of electromagnetic radiation, specially of noticeable light, stimulated in a substance by the absorption of incident radiation and persisting only provided the stimulating radiation is continued.
    • the house of emitting such radiation.
    • The radiation therefore emitted.
    • The emission of light (or any other electromagnetic radiation) by a material whenever activated by the absorption of radiation or of a subatomic particle
    • The light so emitted
    • The emission of electromagnetic radiation, specially of noticeable light, activated in a substance by the consumption of incident radiation and persisting just provided the exciting radiation is continued.
    • The property of emitting such radiation.
    • rays so emitted.
    • The emission of light (or any other electromagnetic radiation) by a material whenever stimulated by the absorption of radiation or of a subatomic particle
    • The light therefore emitted
    • A luminescence emitted by certain substances as a result of absorption of radiation at one wavelength, and also the practically instantaneous re-emission of radiation at another, generally longer wavelength. The re-radiation stops virtually once the incident radiation is stopped, hence identifying this trend from phosphorescence, for which re-radiation of light may carry on for a while after the event radiation is halted.
    • The emission of electromagnetic radiation, specially of noticeable light, stimulated in a substance by the consumption of incident radiation and persisting just provided the stimulating radiation is continued.
    • A luminescence emitted by certain substances due to the absorption of radiation at one wavelength, while the nearly instantaneous re-emission of radiation at another, usually longer wavelength. The re-radiation stops practically the moment the incident radiation is halted, therefore identifying this event from phosphorescence, by which re-radiation of light may continue for quite a while after the incident radiation is halted.
    • The emission of electromagnetic radiation, particularly of visible light, activated in a substance by the absorption of event radiation and persisting just provided that the exciting radiation is proceeded.
    • the home possessed by some transparent substances of becoming self-luminous while they experience the direct activity of light-rays. See phosphorescence.
    • the home of emitting such radiation.
    • the home of emitting such radiation.
    • light emitted during absorption of radiation of some other (hidden) wavelength
    • rays so emitted.
    • rays therefore emitted.
    • The emission of light (or other electromagnetic radiation) by a material when activated by the consumption of radiation or of a subatomic particle
    • The property possessed by some transparent substances to become self-luminous while they experience the direct activity of light-rays. See phosphorescence.
    • The emission of electromagnetic radiation, specially of visible light, stimulated in a substance because of the absorption of event radiation and persisting only provided the stimulating radiation is proceeded.
    • The emission of light (or other electromagnetic radiation) by a material when stimulated because of the absorption of radiation or of a subatomic particle
    • The light so emitted
    • The emission of electromagnetic radiation, particularly of visible light, activated in a substance by the absorption of incident radiation and persisting only as long as the stimulating radiation is continued.
    • light emitted during consumption of radiation of several other (invisible) wavelength
    • the house of emitting such radiation.
    • The radiation so emitted.
    • The light so emitted
    • A luminescence emitted by particular substances due to the consumption of radiation at one wavelength, as well as the virtually instantaneous re-emission of radiation at another, often longer wavelength. The re-radiation prevents nearly once the incident radiation is halted, hence differentiating this occurrence from phosphorescence, by which re-radiation of light may carry on for quite a while following the event radiation is halted.
    • The emission of light (or other electromagnetic radiation) by a material whenever activated because of the consumption of radiation or of a subatomic particle
    • The property possessed by some transparent substances to become self-luminous while they are exposed to the direct action of light-rays. See phosphorescence.
    • A luminescence emitted by certain substances because of the absorption of radiation at one wavelength, plus the practically instantaneous re-emission of radiation at another, typically longer wavelength. The re-radiation stops practically the moment the incident radiation is stopped, therefore distinguishing this phenomenon from phosphorescence, which re-radiation of light may carry on for some time following the incident radiation is halted.
    • light emitted during absorption of radiation of other (invisible) wavelength
    • The property possessed by some clear substances of becoming self-luminous while they are exposed to the direct action of light-rays. See phosphorescence.
    • The light so emitted
    • light emitted during consumption of radiation of another (hidden) wavelength
    • The emission of electromagnetic radiation, specially of visible light, activated in a substance because of the consumption of incident radiation and persisting only so long as the stimulating radiation is proceeded.
    • the home of emitting these types of radiation.
    • The emission of electromagnetic radiation, specifically of visible light, stimulated in a substance by the consumption of incident radiation and persisting just provided that the exciting radiation is proceeded.
    • A luminescence emitted by certain substances due to the absorption of radiation at one wavelength, and almost instantaneous re-emission of radiation at another, frequently longer wavelength. The re-radiation stops virtually when the event radiation is stopped, thus differentiating this sensation from phosphorescence, for which re-radiation of light may continue for quite a while after the event radiation is stopped.
    • the house of emitting these types of radiation.
    • The radiation so emitted.
    • the house of emitting such radiation.
    • The radiation so emitted.
    • The emission of light (or other electromagnetic radiation) by a material when stimulated because of the absorption of radiation or of a subatomic particle
    • rays so emitted.
    • The emission of light (or any other electromagnetic radiation) by a material when activated by the absorption of radiation or of a subatomic particle
    • The emission of electromagnetic radiation, particularly of visible light, stimulated in a substance by the consumption of incident radiation and persisting just as long as the exciting radiation is continued.
    • the house possessed by some clear substances to become self-luminous while they experience the direct activity of light-rays. See phosphorescence.
    • The light so emitted
    • The emission of light (or other electromagnetic radiation) by a material whenever stimulated by the absorption of radiation or of a subatomic particle
    • The light so emitted
    • The emission of electromagnetic radiation, particularly of noticeable light, activated in a substance by the absorption of incident radiation and persisting only as long as the stimulating radiation is proceeded.
    • The emission of electromagnetic radiation, especially of visible light, activated in a substance because of the absorption of event radiation and persisting only provided that the exciting radiation is continued.
    • The emission of electromagnetic radiation, especially of noticeable light, activated in a substance because of the absorption of incident radiation and persisting only as long as the exciting radiation is continued.
    • The property of emitting such radiation.
    • The property of emitting such radiation.
    • A luminescence emitted by particular substances due to the absorption of radiation at one wavelength, additionally the almost instantaneous re-emission of radiation at another, typically longer wavelength. The re-radiation stops nearly when the incident radiation is halted, therefore distinguishing this trend from phosphorescence, by which re-radiation of light may continue for quite a while following the event radiation is halted.
    • light emitted during consumption of radiation of another (invisible) wavelength
    • the home of emitting these types of radiation.
    • The light so emitted
    • A luminescence emitted by specific substances due to the consumption of radiation at one wavelength, and also the practically instantaneous re-emission of radiation at another, generally longer wavelength. The re-radiation stops practically the moment the event radiation is stopped, thus identifying this sensation from phosphorescence, by which re-radiation of light may continue for some time after the event radiation is halted.
    • The radiation therefore emitted.
    • The property of emitting such radiation.
    • the home possessed by some clear substances of becoming self-luminous as they are exposed to the direct action of light-rays. See phosphorescence.
    • A luminescence emitted by certain substances due to the consumption of radiation at one wavelength, and the virtually instantaneous re-emission of radiation at another, frequently longer wavelength. The re-radiation stops practically when the event radiation is halted, thus distinguishing this event from phosphorescence, which re-radiation of light may continue for some time following the incident radiation is stopped.
    • The radiation so emitted.
    • The radiation therefore emitted.
    • The property possessed by some clear substances of becoming self-luminous as they face the direct activity of light-rays. See phosphorescence.
    • The emission of light (or other electromagnetic radiation) by a material whenever stimulated because of the consumption of radiation or of a subatomic particle
    • The property possessed by some clear substances to become self-luminous as they face the direct activity of light-rays. See phosphorescence.
    • light emitted during consumption of radiation of several other (hidden) wavelength
    • The emission of light (or other electromagnetic radiation) by a material when activated by the consumption of radiation or of a subatomic particle
    • The radiation so emitted.
    • The light so emitted
    • light emitted during consumption of radiation of various other (hidden) wavelength
    • light emitted during consumption of radiation of various other (invisible) wavelength
    • The light therefore emitted
    • The emission of light (or other electromagnetic radiation) by a material when stimulated because of the consumption of radiation or of a subatomic particle
    • A luminescence emitted by particular substances because of the consumption of radiation at one wavelength, additionally the virtually instantaneous re-emission of radiation at another, typically longer wavelength. The re-radiation prevents practically as soon as the incident radiation is halted, hence differentiating this occurrence from phosphorescence, where re-radiation of light may continue for some time after the event radiation is halted.
    • A luminescence emitted by specific substances as a result of the consumption of radiation at one wavelength, plus the practically instantaneous re-emission of radiation at another, usually longer wavelength. The re-radiation prevents virtually as soon as the incident radiation is stopped, therefore distinguishing this sensation from phosphorescence, where re-radiation of light may carry on for a while after the event radiation is stopped.
    • The emission of light (or any other electromagnetic radiation) by a material whenever activated because of the absorption of radiation or of a subatomic particle
    • The light so emitted
    • the home possessed by some clear substances to become self-luminous while they face the direct activity of light-rays. See phosphorescence.
    • the house possessed by some transparent substances of becoming self-luminous as they experience the direct activity of light-rays. See phosphorescence.
    • light emitted during consumption of radiation of other (hidden) wavelength
    • A luminescence emitted by particular substances as a result of absorption of radiation at one wavelength, together with almost instantaneous re-emission of radiation at another, usually longer wavelength. The re-radiation prevents virtually once the incident radiation is stopped, therefore identifying this sensation from phosphorescence, in which re-radiation of light may continue for some time following the incident radiation is halted.
    • light emitted during consumption of radiation of some other (invisible) wavelength
    • the house possessed by some clear substances of becoming self-luminous while they face the direct activity of light-rays. See phosphorescence.
    • light emitted during consumption of radiation of some other (hidden) wavelength
    • The light so emitted
    • A luminescence emitted by specific substances as a result of consumption of radiation at one wavelength, additionally the practically instantaneous re-emission of radiation at another, generally longer wavelength. The re-radiation stops virtually the moment the event radiation is stopped, therefore identifying this trend from phosphorescence, where re-radiation of light may carry on for quite a while following the event radiation is stopped.
    • The property possessed by some transparent substances to become self-luminous while they are exposed to the direct action of light-rays. See phosphorescence.
    • light emitted during consumption of radiation of various other (hidden) wavelength

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