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spectrofluorimeter

[ spek-troh-floo-rim-i-ter, -flaw-, -floh- ]
/ ˈspɛk troʊ flʊˈrɪm ɪ tər, -flɔ-, -floʊ- /
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noun Spectroscopy.
an instrument in which the spectrum of secondarily emitted fluorescent light is used to identify chemical compounds.
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Also spec·tro·fluo·rom·e·ter [spek-troh-floo-rom-i-ter, -flaw-, -floh-]. /ˌspɛk troʊ flʊˈrɒm ɪ tər, -flɔ-, -floʊ-/.

Origin of spectrofluorimeter

First recorded in 1955–60; spectro- + fluorimeter
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British Dictionary definitions for spectrofluorimeter

spectrofluorimeter

spectrofluorometer

/ (ˌspɛktrəʊflʊəˈrɪmɪtə) /

noun
an instrument for recording fluorescence emission and absorption spectra
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