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Fluorescence Lifetome Spectroscopy (FLS) Edinburgh Instruments FLS1000

Spectroscopic technique for liquid samples

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Spectroscopic technique for liquid samples
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A spectroscopic technique which involves excitation of your sample at a specific wavelength and the measurement of emission of this energy as fluorescence as the sample returns to the ground state. Fluorescence lifetime spectroscopy (FLS) can be used to measure the excitation and emission spectra of liquid samples within cuvettes, multiwell plates or solid samples.
FLS has a very low limit of detection allowing very weak (<100fM) samples to be analysed. This FLS1000 instrument can also be configured to perform Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC) to measurement the lifetime of fluorescence

200-870nm wavelength range
Signal to noise ratio >25,000:1
Rapid measurements <30s Sample holders for liquids, films and solids Full Fluoracle software package for excitation, emission, synchronous and TCSPC measurements. Advance FAST software available for detailed TCSPC analysis


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