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UV Absorption and Fluorescence Lifetime Measurements of DPA-Tb for Bacterial Spore Detection

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Using a pulsed 266nm laser and a CW lamp (200nm–2062nm) the fluorescence lifetimes and absorbance spectra of terbium doped dipicolinate in different solvents have been measured as a function of their concentrations.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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