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Fluorescence Spectroscopy

Fluorescence spectroscopy is a highly sensitive and widely used technique within biochemistry and biotechnology. Fluorescence provides information about the structure, dynamics and rigidity of biomolecules and is an excellent technique for studying biochemical interactions.

Our lab is equipped with a steady-state spectrofluorometer from Horiba Jobin Yvon (www.horiba.com), model FluoroMax ®-4 . It is a compact, sensitive spectrofluorometer with a high scanning rate (up to 80 nm/second). It houses a deuterium and a Xenon lamp, providing excitation light from 200 to 950 nm. The instrument is also equipped with a Peltier Sample Cooler for temperature controlled measurements and with a holder for solid samples.

Detailed instrument description can be found here:


(The instrument is located in room: L 213A)

Contact: Erik Martinsson (erima@ifm.liu.se)

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Last updated: 06/11/15