Looking in turn at principles, techniques, and applications, they consider such topics as characteristics of fluorescence emission, environmental effects on fluorescence emission, excitation energy transfer, time-resolved fluorescence techniques, evaluating local physical parameters with fluorescent probes, and autofluorescence and fluorescence labeling in biology and medicine.
What does EET stand for?
EET stands for Excitation Energy Transfer (physics)
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We have 90 other meanings of EET in our Acronym Attic
- End-To-End Test
- Energy Efficient Transport
- Energy Environment and Transportation
- Engineering Evaluation Test
- Enhanced Environment Technology
- Entretiens Européens de la Technologie (French technology conference)
- Epoxy-Eicosatrienoic Acid
- Estimated Elapsed Time
- Estimated Enroute Time
- Estimated Entry Time (aviation)
- exempt-exempt-taxed (India)
- Exercise Evaluation Team
- Extended Enhanced Tape (StorageTek)
- Extended Execution Time
- Electrical and Electronics Technical Association (Dr. MGR Educational and Research Institute; India)
- Electronic Engineering Times - Asia
- Energy Efficiency Training Academy (Oroville, CA)
- Ethologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
- European Embryo Transfer Association
- École d'Enseignement Technique de l'Armée de l'Air (French: Air Force School of Technical Training)
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Key Topics Covered: * Electronic and Vibrational Molecular States * Dynamics of Isolated and Open Quantum Systems * Interaction of Molecular Systems with Radiation Fields * Vibrational Dynamics: Energy Redistribution, Relaxation, and Dephasing * Intramolecular Electronic Transitions * Electron Transfer * Proton Transfer * Excitation Energy Transfer Author: Volkhard May Volkhard May studied physics at Humboldt University, Berlin, and received his Ph.
9 Excitation Energy Transfer and the Role of the Refractive Index (V.