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Fluorophores in Fluorescence Spectroscopy discusses together, for the first time, the basics of fluorescence spectroscopy and the use of fluorophores. Fluorophores are crucial in fluorescence phenomena, especially in the application of fluorescence techniques in various areas such as imaging, sensors and probes. Among the many resources on fluorescence spectroscopy currently available, this is the first to go into detail on fluorophores, serving as a useful tool for the practical application of fluorophores in fluorescence spectroscopy. Written by experts in their various fields of research, the chapters cover everything from fluorophore properties, to synthesis, to applications in biology, physics, and materials science.
- Discusses all types of fluorophores in one comprehensive resource
- Brings readers up-to-date on recent research trends in fluorophore design and chemistry
- Includes concise, informative chapters that contain a summary and future outlook as well as references for further reading
Researchers and scientists in industries such as fluorescence materials, preparation and application of fluorophores, probes, sensors in chemistry, medicine, imaging science, and environmental science; teachers and post-graduate students in chemistry, biology, and materials science. Students in Master’s degree programs in chemistry, materials, biology, and spectroscopy departments studying bio-imaging, bio-analytical techniques, organic chemistry, organic electronics, bio-electronics, biosensors, and biology
1. Introduction to fluorescence
2. Fluorophores and their design
3. Small fluorophores and their importance
4. Two Photon Absorbing fluorophores
5. Excited state intramolecular proton transfer (ESIPT)
6. BODIPY and azaBODIPY dyes
7. NIR absorbing/Emitting fluorophores
8. Energy transfer (FRET/BRET/CRET) based techniques
9. Fluorescence Lifetime based techniques
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- © Elsevier 2022
- 1st January 2022
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Nagaiyan Nethi Sekar is a Professor in the Department of Dyestuff Technology of the Institute of Chemical Technology (formerly University Department of Chemical Technology, University of Mumbai), Mumbai, India. He hails from the research group of the late Professor Seshadri, who was involved in active research in heterocyclic colorants. Sekar does extensive research in the synthesis and application of fluorescent colorants in functional areas. He has authored 260 original research publications and 7 book chapters. He has supervised 34 PhD theses and 14 Master’s theses. Currently 10 PhD students and 4 Masters students work under his supervision. He is a Chartered Colourist and Fellow of Society of Dyers and Colourists (UK) and a Fellow of Maharashtra Academy of Sciences. His research areas include Aggregation Induced Emission Enhancement, Fluorescent Molecular Rotors, NLOphoric colorants, colorants in biosensing/sensing applications, DSSC, NIR absorbing dyes and laser dyes besides dyes for textile applications.
Professor, Department of Dyestuff Technology of the Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, India
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