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Study on fluorescence emission and synchronous-scan fluorescence spectra of Nitzschia hantzschiana solution with Fe(III)

, : Study on fluorescence emission and synchronous-scan fluorescence spectra of Nitzschia hantzschiana solution with Fe(III). Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 14(4): 291-295

The characterization of the algal Nitzschia hantzschiana solution with (or without) Fe(III) was carried out using fluorescence emission and synchronous-scan spectroscopy. An emission peak (excited at 440 nm) was observed at 675 nm for Nitzschia hantzschiana solution. The effective characterization method used was synchronous-scan fluorescence spectroscopy (SFS). A wavelength difference ( Delta lambda ) of 90 nm was maintained between excitation and emission wavelengths.


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