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luminophore

or luminophor

[loo-muh-nuh-fawr, -fohr] /ˈlu mə nəˌfɔr, -ˌfoʊr/
noun, Physics, Chemistry.
1.
a molecule or group of molecules that emits light when illuminated.
Origin of luminophore
1905-1910
1905-10; < Latin lūmin- (see lumen) + -o- + -phore
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luminophore in Medicine

luminophore lu·mi·no·phore (lōō'mə-nə-fôr')
n.
An atom or atomic grouping that when present in an organic compound increases the ability of the compound to luminesce.

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