Examines fluorescence spectrometry with special emphasis on its applications to biochemistry. Fluorescence techniques are particularly useful because of their very high sensitivity and selectivity, especially when used in connection with chemical techniques for forming fluorescent derivatives. HPLC techniques are incorporated throughout and the utility of fluorescence when coupled with HPLC is explored.
|Series:||Chemical Analysis: A Series of Monographs on Analytical Chemistry and Its Applications Series , #162|
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Table of Contents
Physical Property of Fluorescence.
Principle of Fluorescence Measurements.
Biochemical and Biomedical Applications.
Biochemical and Biomedical Applications of Fluorometric Analysis Using HPLC.