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edited by Koen H.A. Janssens, Freddy C.V. Adams, Anders Rindby
出版情報: Chichester : Wiley, c2000  xiv, 419 p., [5] p. of plates ; 24 cm
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G.F. Kirkbright, M. Sargent
出版情報: London : Academic Press, 1974  ix, 798 p. ; 24 cm
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R. Tertian, F. Claisse
出版情報: London : Heyden, c1982  xviii, 385 p. ; 24cm
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edited by T. Gregory Dewey
出版情報: New York : Plenum Press, c1991  xvii, 294 p
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edited by Denis L. Rousseau
出版情報: Orlando : Academic Press, 1984  xi, 430 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Physical techniques in biology and medicine
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Light scattering / Bennie R. Ware
Raman scattering / Denis L. Rousseau and Mark R. Ondrias
Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy / James O. Alben and Frank G. Fiamingo
Nanosecond fluorescence spectroscopy / Juan Yguerabide and Evangelina E. Yguerabide
Circular dichroism / Marcos F. Maestre
Electron microscopy / S.W. Hui
Light scattering / Bennie R. Ware
Raman scattering / Denis L. Rousseau and Mark R. Ondrias
Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy / James O. Alben and Frank G. Fiamingo
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[by] K. C. Thompson, R. J. Reynolds
出版情報: London : Griffin, 1978  x, 319 p. ; 24 cm
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Joseph R. Lakowicz
出版情報: New York : Plenum Press, c1983  xiv, 496 p. ; 24 cm
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Introduction to Fluorescence / 1:
Instrumentation for Fluorescence Spectroscopy / 2:
Fluorophores / 3:
Time-Domain Lifetime Measurements / 4:
Frequency-Domain Lifetime Measurements / 5:
Solvent Effects on Emission Spectra / 6:
Dynamics of Solvent and Spectral Relaxation / 7:
Quenching of Fluorescence / 8:
Advanced Topics in Fluorescence Quenching / 9:
Fluorescence Anisotropy / 10:
Time-Dependent Anisotropy Decays / 11:
Advanced Anisotropy Concepts / 12:
Energy Transfer / 13:
Time-Resolved Energy Transfer and Conformational Distributions of Biopolymers / 14:
Energy Transfer to Multiple Acceptors in One, Two or Three-Dimensions / 15:
Protein Fluorescence / 16:
Time-Resolved Protein Fluorescence / 17:
Excited State Reactions / 18:
Fluorescence Sensing / 19:
Long Lifetime Metal-Ligand Complexes / 20:
DNA Technology / 21:
Phase Sensitive and Phase Resolved Emission Spectra / 22:
Appendixes
Corrected Emission Spectra / I:
Fluorescent Lifetime Standards / II:
Additional Reading / III:
Index
Introduction to Fluorescence / 1:
Instrumentation for Fluorescence Spectroscopy / 2:
Fluorophores / 3:
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Bernard Valeur
出版情報: Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, c2002  xiv, 387 p. ; 25 cm
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Preface
Today's Chemical Industry
Which Way is Up?
Prologue
Today's Challenge -Value Creation
Strategic Choices for the Chemical Industry in the New Millenium / 1:
Managing Commodity PortfoliosHow to Succeed in the Rapidly Maturing Specialty Chemicals Industry
Introduction
Chemical Companies and Biotechnology
The Impact of E-Commerce on the Chemical Industry / 1.1:
The Alchemy of Leveraged Buyouts
What is luminescence?
Revitalizing Innovation
Managing the Organizational Context / 1.2:
Creating an Entrepreneurial Procurement Organization
A brief history of fluorescence and phosphorescence
Achieving Excellence in Production
A Customer-centric Approach to Sales and Marketing / 1.3:
The Role of Mergers and Acquisitions
Fluorescence and other de-excitation processes of excited molecules
The Delicate Game of Post-merger Management
Cyclicality: Trying to Manage the Unmanageable / 1.4:
Index
Fluorescent probes
Molecular fluorescence as an analytical tool / 1.5:
Ultimate spatial and temporal resolution: femtoseconds, femtoliters, femtomoles and single-molecule detection / 1.6:
Bibliography / 1.7:
Absorption of UV-visible light / 2:
Types of electronic transitions in polyatomic molecules / 2.1:
Probability of transitions. The Beer-Lambert Law. Oscillator strength / 2.2:
Selection rules / 2.3:
The Franck-Condon principle / 2.4:
Characteristics of fluorescence emission / 2.5:
Radiative and non-radiative transitions between electronic states / 3.1:
Internal conversion / 3.1.1:
Fluorescence / 3.1.2:
Intersystem crossing and subsequent processes / 3.1.3:
Intersystem crossing / 3.1.3.1:
Phosphorescence versus non-radiative de-excitation / 3.1.3.2:
Delayed fluorescence / 3.1.3.3:
Triplet-triplet transitions / 3.1.3.4:
Lifetimes and quantum yields / 3.2:
Excited-state lifetimes / 3.2.1:
Quantum yields / 3.2.2:
Effect of temperature / 3.2.3:
Emission and excitation spectra / 3.3:
Steady-state fluorescence intensity / 3.3.1:
Emission spectra / 3.3.2:
Excitation spectra / 3.3.3:
Stokes shift / 3.3.4:
Effects of molecular structure on fluorescence / 3.4:
Extent of [pi]-electron system. Nature of the lowest-lying transition / 3.4.1:
Substituted aromatic hydrocarbons / 3.4.2:
Internal heavy atom effect / 3.4.2.1:
Electron-donating substituents: -OH, -OR, -NHR, -NH[subscript 2] / 3.4.2.2:
Electron-withdrawing substituents: carbonyl and nitro compounds / 3.4.2.3:
Sulfonates / 3.4.2.4:
Heterocyclic compounds / 3.4.3:
Compounds undergoing photoinduced intramolecular charge transfer (ICT) and internal rotation / 3.4.4:
Environmental factors affecting fluorescence / 3.5:
Homogeneous and inhomogeneous broadening. Red-edge effects / 3.5.1:
Solid matrices at low temperature / 3.5.2:
Fluorescence in supersonic jets / 3.5.3:
Effects of intermolecular photophysical processes on fluorescence emission / 3.6:
Overview of the intermolecular de-excitation processes of excited molecules leading to fluorescence quenching / 4.1:
Phenomenological approach / 4.2.1:
Dynamic quenching / 4.2.2:
Stern-Volmer kinetics / 4.2.2.1:
Transient effects / 4.2.2.2:
Static quenching / 4.2.3:
Sphere of effective quenching / 4.2.3.1:
Formation of a ground-state non-fluorescent complex / 4.2.3.2:
Simultaneous dynamic and static quenching / 4.2.4:
Quenching of heterogeneously emitting systems / 4.2.5:
Photoinduced electron transfer / 4.3:
Formation of excimers and exciplexes / 4.4:
Excimers / 4.4.1:
Exciplexes / 4.4.2:
Photoinduced proton transfer / 4.5:
General equations / 4.5.1:
Determination of the excited-state pK / 4.5.2:
Prediction by means of the Forster cycle / 4.5.2.1:
Steady-state measurements / 4.5.2.2:
Time-resolved experiments / 4.5.2.3:
pH dependence of absorption and emission spectra / 4.5.3:
Excitation energy transfer / 4.6:
Distinction between radiative and non-radiative transfer / 4.6.1:
Radiative energy transfer / 4.6.2:
Non-radiative energy transfer / 4.6.3:
Fluorescence polarization. Emission anisotropy / 4.7:
Characterization of the polarization state of fluorescence (polarization ratio, emission anisotropy) / 5.1:
Excitation by polarized light / 5.1.1:
Vertically polarized excitation / 5.1.1.1:
Horizontally polarized excitation / 5.1.1.2:
Excitation by natural light / 5.1.2:
Instantaneous and steady-state anisotropy / 5.2:
Instantaneous anisotropy / 5.2.1:
Steady-state anisotropy / 5.2.2:
Additivity law of anisotropy / 5.3:
Relation between emission anisotropy and angular distribution of the emission transition moments / 5.4:
Case of motionless molecules with random orientation / 5.5:
Parallel absorption and emission transition moments / 5.5.1:
Non-parallel absorption and emission transition moments / 5.5.2:
Effect of rotational Brownian motion / 5.6:
Free rotations / 5.6.1:
Hindered rotations / 5.6.2:
Applications / 5.7:
Principles of steady-state and time-resolved fluorometric techniques / 5.8:
Steady-state spectrofluorometry / 6.1:
Operating principles of a spectrofluorometer / 6.1.1:
Correction of excitation spectra / 6.1.2:
Correction of emission spectra / 6.1.3:
Measurement of fluorescence quantum yields / 6.1.4:
Problems in steady-state fluorescence measurements: inner filter effects and polarization effects / 6.1.5:
Measurement of steady-state emission anisotropy. Polarization spectra / 6.1.6:
Time-resolved fluorometry / 6.2:
General principles of pulse and phase-modulation fluorometries / 6.2.1:
Design of pulse fluorometers / 6.2.2:
Single-photon timing technique / 6.2.2.1:
Stroboscopic technique / 6.2.2.2:
Other techniques / 6.2.2.3:
Design of phase-modulation fluorometers / 6.2.3:
Phase fluorometers using a continuous light source and an electro-optic modulator / 6.2.3.1:
Phase fluorometers using the harmonic content of a pulsed laser / 6.2.3.2:
Problems with data collection by pulse and phase-modulation fluorometers / 6.2.4:
Dependence of the instrument response on wavelength. Color effect / 6.2.4.1:
Polarization effects / 6.2.4.2:
Effect of light scattering / 6.2.4.3:
Data analysis / 6.2.5:
Pulse fluorometry / 6.2.5.1:
Phase-modulation fluorometry / 6.2.5.2:
Judging the quality of the fit / 6.2.5.3:
Global analysis / 6.2.5.4:
Complex fluorescence decays. Lifetime distributions / 6.2.5.5:
Lifetime standards / 6.2.6:
Time-dependent anisotropy measurements / 6.2.7:
Time-resolved fluorescence spectra / 6.2.7.1:
Lifetime-based decomposition of spectra / 6.2.9:
Comparison between pulse and phase fluorometries / 6.2.10:
Appendix: Elimination of polarization effects in the measurement of fluorescence intensity and lifetime / 6.3:
Effect of polarity on fluorescence emission. Polarity probes / 6.4:
What is polarity? / 7.1:
Empirical scales of solvent polarity based on solvatochromic shifts / 7.2:
Single-parameter approach / 7.2.1:
Multi-parameter approach / 7.2.2:
Photoinduced charge transfer (PCT) and solvent relaxation / 7.3:
Theory of solvatochromic shifts / 7.4:
Examples of PCT fluorescent probes for polarity / 7.5:
Effects of specific interactions / 7.6:
Effects of hydrogen bonding on absorption and fluorescence spectra / 7.6.1:
Examples of the effects of specific interactions / 7.6.2:
Polarity-induced inversion of n-[pi] and [pi]-[pi] states / 7.6.3:
Polarity-induced changes in vibronic bands. The Py scale of polarity / 7.7:
Conclusion / 7.8:
Microviscosity, fluidity, molecular mobility. Estimation by means of fluorescent probes / 7.9:
What is viscosity? Significance at a microscopic level / 8.1:
Use of molecular rotors / 8.2:
Methods based on intermolecular quenching or intermolecular excimer formation / 8.3:
Methods based on intramolecular excimer formation / 8.4:
Fluorescence polarization method / 8.5:
Choice of probes / 8.5.1:
Homogeneous isotropic media / 8.5.2:
Ordered systems / 8.5.3:
Practical aspects / 8.5.4:
Concluding remarks / 8.6:
Resonance energy transfer and its applications / 8.7:
Determination of distances at a supramolecular level using RET / 9.1:
Single distance between donor and acceptor / 9.2.1:
Distributions of distances in donor-acceptor pairs / 9.2.2:
RET in ensembles of donors and acceptors / 9.3:
RET in three dimensions. Effect of viscosity / 9.3.1:
Effects of dimensionality on RET / 9.3.2:
Effects of restricted geometries on RET / 9.3.3:
RET between like molecules. Excitation energy migration in assemblies of chromophores / 9.4:
RET within a pair of like chromophores / 9.4.1:
RET in assemblies of like chromophores / 9.4.2:
Lack of energy transfer upon excitation at the red-edge of the absorption spectrum (Weber's red-edge effect) / 9.4.3:
Overview of qualitative and quantitative applications of RET / 9.5:
Fluorescent molecular sensors of ions and molecules / 9.6:
Fundamental aspects / 10.1:
pH sensing by means of fluorescent indicators / 10.2:
Principles / 10.2.1:
The main fluorescent pH indicators / 10.2.2:
Coumarins / 10.2.2.1:
Pyranine / 10.2.2.2:
Fluorescein and its derivatives / 10.2.2.3:
SNARF and SNAFL / 10.2.2.4:
PET (photoinduced electron transfer) pH indicators / 10.2.2.5:
Fluorescent molecular sensors of cations / 10.3:
General aspects / 10.3.1:
PET (photoinduced electron transfer) cation sensors / 10.3.2:
Crown-containing PET sensors / 10.3.2.1:
Cryptand-based PET sensors / 10.3.2.3:
Podand-based and chelating PET sensors / 10.3.2.4:
Calixarene-based PET sensors / 10.3.2.5:
PET sensors involving excimer formation / 10.3.2.6:
Examples of PET sensors involving energy transfer / 10.3.2.7:
Fluorescent PCT (photoinduced charge transfer) cation sensors / 10.3.3:
PCT sensors in which the bound cation interacts with an electron-donating group / 10.3.3.1:
PCT sensors in which the bound cation interacts with an electron-withdrawing group / 10.3.3.3:
Excimer-based cation sensors / 10.3.4:
Miscellaneous / 10.3.5:
Oxyquinoline-based cation sensors / 10.3.5.1:
Further calixarene-based fluorescent sensors / 10.3.5.2:
Fluorescent molecular sensors of anions / 10.3.6:
Anion sensors based on collisional quenching / 10.4.1:
Anion sensors containing an anion receptor / 10.4.2:
Fluorescent molecular sensors of neutral molecules and surfactants / 10.5:
Cyclodextrin-based fluorescent sensors / 10.5.1:
Boronic acid-based fluorescent sensors / 10.5.2:
Porphyrin-based fluorescent sensors / 10.5.3:
Towards fluorescence-based chemical sensing devices / 10.6:
Spectrophotometric and spectrofluorometric pH titrations / Appendix A.:
Determination of the stoichiometry and stability constant of metal complexes from spectrophotometric or spectrofluorometric titrations / Appendix B.:
Advanced techniques in fluorescence spectroscopy / 10.7:
Time-resolved fluorescence in the femtosecond time range: fluorescence up-conversion technique / 11.1:
Advanced fluorescence microscopy / 11.2:
Improvements in conventional fluorescence microscopy / 11.2.1:
Confocal fluorescence microscopy / 11.2.1.1:
Two-photon excitation fluorescence microscopy / 11.2.1.2:
Near-field scanning optical microscopy (NSOM) / 11.2.1.3:
Fluorescence lifetime imaging spectroscopy (FLIM) / 11.2.2:
Time-domain FLIM / 11.2.2.1:
Frequency-domain FLIM / 11.2.2.2:
Confocal FLIM (CFLIM) / 11.2.2.3:
Two-photon FLIM / 11.2.2.4:
Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy / 11.3:
Conceptual basis and instrumentation / 11.3.1:
Determination of translational diffusion coefficients / 11.3.2:
Chemical kinetic studies / 11.3.3:
Determination of rotational diffusion coefficients / 11.3.4:
Single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy / 11.4:
General remarks / 11.4.1:
Single-molecule detection in flowing solutions / 11.4.2:
Single-molecule detection using advanced fluorescence microscopy techniques / 11.4.3:
Epilogue / 11.5:
Preface
Today's Chemical Industry
Which Way is Up?
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Joseph R. Lakowicz
出版情報: New York, N.Y. : Springer, c2006  xxvi, 954 p. ; 29 cm.
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edited by Raymond F. Chen and Harold Edelhoch
出版情報: New York : M. Dekker, c1975-c1976  2 v ; 24 cm
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