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Excitation wavelength


The excitation wavelength is the WaveLength of the radiation from a light source (usually a laser line, LED, or Xeon light bulb) used to stimulate fluorescence in the measured object. The stimulated dye will emit radiation with a particular Emission Wavelength.

See WaveLength.

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