One measurement measures emission of sub-nano to millisecond timescales

If you work with luminescent materials in lighting applications or fluorescence materials for bioimaging maybe this is for you.

Tom Vosch’s Nanospectroscopy group at the University of Copenhagen has presented a method that lets you characterize luminescent materials over very large ranges of time – from sub-nanoseconds to milliseconds or longer (a factor of 1 million or more difference in time scales).

The group demonstrated the method for a DNA-stabilized silver nanocluster (DNA-AgNC) that displays dual emission.

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