Examples of fluorescence in a Sentence
studied the fluorescence of certain elements
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Each nerve agent yields a slightly different color and brightness thanks to amazing fluorescence generating chemical sensors.
This way, fluorescence is still generated in the plane of interest but not anywhere else and the end result is a crisp, clear image.
Tadzio Koelb himself has made a novel worthy not only of New Jersey but of that exclusive fluorescence called art.
The warm chandelier lighting makes the place glow at night in a flickering candlestick kind of way that detoxes you from a day in fluorescence.
Neither bright neon nor a soft fluorescence lighted either his ceiling or his walls; but there was plenty of butchershop sawdust along the floor and an old-fashioned golden goboon for every four bar stools.
Color’s mysterious properties, like iridescence, fluorescence and optical illusions, are still being explored and exploited.
What about the America that my headlights had just swept over during that cross-country drive under the fluorescence of the Waffle House sign?
The same problem applies to trying to see inside large samples using fluorescence microscopy.
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medical Definition of fluorescence
fluorescentplay \-ˈes-ᵊnt\ adjective
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