Fluorometric paired emitter detector diode (FPEDD).

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Summary of "Fluorometric paired emitter detector diode (FPEDD)."

Integration of two light emitting diodes allows construction of a fluorometric paired emitter detector diode (FPEDD)-a compact optoelectronic device useful as a complete flow-through fluorescence detector.


University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry, Pasteura 1, 02-093, Warsaw, Poland. luktym@chem.uw.edu.pl.

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Name: The Analyst
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