phosphoroscope


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phosphoroscope

(fɒsˈfɒrəˌskəʊp)
n
(General Physics) an instrument for measuring the duration of phosphorescence after the source of radiation causing it has been removed
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Using a rudimentary phosphoroscope, Szent-Gyorgy was able, 50 years ago, to demonstrate this effect of I on the singlet-triplet radiationless transition, at a concentration of [10.sup.-5] M (56).