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Tonic Water Fluorescence - Chemistry - About.com
An example of fluorescence. Tonic water is clear under normal light, but vividly fluorescent under ultraviolet light, due to the presence of the quinine used as a ...
Fluorescence Definition - Chemistry - About.com
Fluorescence definition, as used in chemistry, chemical engineering, and physics .
Fluorescence & Phosphorescence - Chemistry - About.com
Fluorescence and phosphorescence are both examples of photoluminescence. In both cases, light is absorbed and then re-emitted at a less-energetic ...
Fluorescence -- from Eric Weisstein's World of Physics - ScienceWorld
A luminescence phenomenon in which electron de-excitation occurs almost spontaneously, and in which emission from a luminescent substance ceases when ...
Urine Fluorescence in Black Light - Chemistry - About.com
Urine fluoresces or glows when exposed to black or ultraviolet light.
What Is Diamond Fluorescence? - Jewelry - About.com
Fluorescence is a characteristic that makes some diamonds appear to change color in different lights, and the color shift can be a pro or a con.
Fluorescence in Minerals - Geology - About.com
Fluorescence is a startling property of certain minerals: when you shine an ultraviolet "black light" on them in a darkened place, they respond by glowing in ...
Diamond Fluorescence Definition - Jewelry - About.com
Definition of the term fluorescence from the About.com Jewelry glossary.
Fluorescence & Phosphorescence - Chemistry - About.com
Fluorescence and phosphorescence are both examples of photoluminescence. The Fluorescence & Phosphorescece Gallery explains how these types of ...
Banana Fluorescence Under Black Light - Chemistry - About.com
The spots of ripe bananas glow fluorescent blue under a black or ultraviolet lamp. Page 10.
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