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Applications and Properties by Using Time-Resolved Fluorescence and Transient Absorption Spectroscopy
In this presentation, absorption (transient absorption) and emission (steady state and time-resolved fluorescence) spectroscopy were used to study, investigate and characterize the mechanisms of fluorescence quenching and obtain new sensors with which to detect toxic environments: heavy metals from water. For this purpose, new compounds were synthesized in order to have a good fluorescence (high quantum yield), stability and selective sensibility. The study of fluorescence quenching bydoi:10.3390/cgpm2020-07163 fatcat:rx6lnssl2ng4tbkj2mf2lux7o4