verb (used without object), lu·mi·nesced, lu·mi·nesc·ing.
Origin of luminesce
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Also, dilute pyrogallol will luminesce with a dilute solution of oxidizer but not with a concentrated solution of oxidizer.
They only luminesce at night and fail to respond to stimulation or are difficult to stimulate during the day.
Some forms, ordinarily producing light, will grow, but fail to luminesce at high temperatures.
Esculin will not luminesce with peroxidase and H2O2, but pyrogallol or gallic acid will.
Phosphorus will only begin to luminesce at a certain small pressure of oxygen.