A-Z Glossary of Spectroscopy Acronyms
Acronyms can be great to make communication easier and speed things up. However, the use of acronyms can be confusing when you are unaware of what they mean. At Edinburgh Instruments we value our customers, and prioritise clarity of information. For this reason, we have created a Glossary of some frequently used Spectroscopy Acronyms that you might find on our website or in the laboratory.
Browse our frequently used spectroscopy acronyms:
|CNT||Carbon Nano Tubes|
|EPL||Picosecond Pulsed Diode Laser|
|EPLED||Pulsed Light-Emitting Diode|
|FLIM||Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging|
|FRET||Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer|
|HPL||High Rep. Rate/Power Lasers|
|LASER||Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation|
|NIRS||Near Infrared Spectroscopy|
|PLQY||Photoluminescence Quantum Yield|
|RQY||Relative Quantum Yield|
|SERS||Surfaced Enhanced Raman Scattering|
|SPC||Single Photon Counting|
|TCSPC||Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting|
|TEA||Transverse Excited Atmospheric Pressure|
|TRES||Time-Resolved Emission Spectroscopy|
|VPL||Variable Pulse Length Pulsed Laser|
|VPLED||Variable Pulse Length Pulsed LED|
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