The Influence of Diffusion on Fluorescence Quenching

  • W. R. Ware
  • J. C. Andre
Part of the NATO Advanced Science Institutes Series book series (NSSA, volume 69)

Abstract

Early interest in diffusion-controlled processes centered around the coagulation of colloidal particles. These particles were large enough that the solvent provided an almost perfect continuum for diffusion. Fick’s laws were invoked and concentration-independent diffusion coefficients employed. It was assumed that one could use a mutual diffusion coefficient (DA + DB) to describe diffusion in a system where only D or B was allowed to move.

Keywords

Fluorescence Quenching Apparent Rate Constant Flash Lamp Mutual Diffusion Coefficient Chemical Rate Constant 
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  • W. R. Ware
  • J. C. Andre

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