MULTICOMPONENT PHOTOCHEMICAL STUDIES BY RAPID SCANNING FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY.
A novel techique for initiating and probing photochemical reactions is described. The technique involves the use of a video fluorometer for polychromatic sample illumination. This polychromatic illumination provides the energy for photo-induction of the monitored reaction as well as a method for simultaneously monitoring the excitation and emission spectra of all fluorescing species in the reaction. The advantages of this multicomponent approach are discussed using the photo-induced reaction of anthracene in polychlorinated alkanes as an example.
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Fogarty, M., & Warner, I. (1980). MULTICOMPONENT PHOTOCHEMICAL STUDIES BY RAPID SCANNING FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY.. Applied Spectroscopy, 34 (4), 438-445. https://doi.org/10.1366/0003702804731384