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fluor·o·phore

 (flo͝or′ə-fôr′, flôr′- )
n.
1. A fluorochrome that is conjugated with a protein or other macromolecule and used as a probe or assay.
2. Any of various chemical groups or structural domains that are responsible for the fluorescent properties of a substance.

fluorophore

(ˈflʊərəʊˌfɔː)
n
(Chemistry) a chemical group responsible for fluorescence
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The absorption peak at 1,050/cm for Si-O bonds disappeared after sintering the substrate at 1,650[degrees]C and 1,800[degrees]C.
Comparing with the control (Figure 2), SF after treatment with methanol for 1h showed the absorption peak of amide II at 1568 [cm.
1] absorption peak results from Antisymmetry expansion and contraction vibration of Si-O-Si.
1] belongs to the amide I band of protein and the H-O-H deformation vibration of water; the -1550 cm-1 absorption peak arises from N-H bending and C-N stretching (amide II band) in proteins.
This results in about 16 usable channels, depending on the limitations due to the absorption peak at 1400 nm.
Comparing with the raw chitosan, the ester carbonyl absorption peak appeared at about 1,730 [cm.
There is only one absorption peak in this region and therefore there is only one type of Ti-OH groups on the surface.
Besides that, both raw and five processed EBN have absorption peak around 1444.