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Definition of Nonfluorescent
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Literary usage of Nonfluorescent
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1. Radium Therapy by Frank Edward Simpson (1922)
"Further experiments proved, however, that the nonfluorescent salts and the metal uranium itself, which is also nonfluorescent, emitted the radiations. ..."
2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"... fluorescence quenching is used as a measure of energy transfer. Obviously, this is the only method of measuring energy transfer to a nonfluorescent ..."
3. A Treatise on Chemistry by Henry Enfield Roscoe, Carl Schorlemmer (1889)
"It forms yellow, nonfluorescent solutions in sulphuric acid and the alkalis.3 ACIDS, C6H5 C,H4.CO2H. ..."
4. The Philippine Journal of Science by Philippines Bureau of Science (1907)
"Fluorescent substances absorb light and do not follow Kirchoff's law; nonfluorescent substances do not increase the conductivity in sunlight. ..."
5. The American Petroleum Industry by Raymond Foss Bacon, William Allen Hamor (1916)
"The "petroleum benzin" of the "German Pharmacopoeia" consists of the colorless, nonfluorescent portions of petroleum, possessing a specific gravity of 0.640 ..."
6. Manual of Microbiologic Monitoring of Laboratory Animals edited by Kim Waggie (1994)
"Many P. aeruginosa strains form two pigments: one, pyocyanin, is blue-green, nonfluorescent, and soluble in chloroform and water; the other, ..."
7. Transactions of the International Electrical Congress, St. Louis, 1904 (1905)
"... beyond question that some nontoxic fluorescent and nonfluorescent substances, under the excitation of the arc lamp radiation kill infusoria and bacteria ..."