Fluorescence quenching Quantum yield

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Fluorescence quenching Quantum yield
Fluorescence quenching is a process of relaxation without the emission of. Quenching decreases
the intensity of fluorescence. This is caused by interaction of molecules including molecular
rearrangements, exited-state reactions, energy transfer and etc. Quenching occurs without any
permanent change in molecules.
The two important characteristics of the fluorophore are the fluorescence life time and quantum
yield. The fluorescent Quantum yield is proportional to the fluorescent life time and the
fluorescence life time depends on the environment ...

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