The visible or invisible radiation produced from certain substances as a result of incident radiation of a shorter wavelength such as X-rays or ultraviolet light
Fluorescence as a result of irradiation with X-rays; the emission of characteristic X-rays when a substance is irradiated with X-rays or other high-energy radiation, especially as an investigative and analytical tool.
The spectrum of the light emitted by a substance when it is excited to fluorescence.
Fluorescence in which the light emitted has the same wavelength as the light exciting the emission.
An optical microscope in which an image is generated by the fluorescence of the examined object when illuminated with light of an appropriate wavelength.
The use of fluorescence microscopes in scientific investigation; the science or technology concerned with this.
The fluorescence of an object in an optical microscope when irradiated from the viewing side