|Title:||The Story of Fluorescence|
|Tags:||non-fiction, physics, reference, science, fluorescence|
This booklet provides an introduction to the fascinating study of fluorescence and has been specially written to provide a clear explanation of this important phenomenon. As a basis for understanding fluorescence, color and wavelength are discussed as well as the relationship of visible light with other radiations. A number of colorful experiments are outlined illustrating the principles involved. Additional experiments demonstrate some of the practical applications of ultraviolet and fluorescence. [Suggest a different description.]
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