Application of parallel factor analysis for time-resolved laser fluorescence spectroscopy: implication for metal speciation study.

@article{Saito2010ApplicationOP,
  title={Application of parallel factor analysis for time-resolved laser fluorescence spectroscopy: implication for metal speciation study.},
  author={Takumi Saito and Hirokazu Sao and Keisuke Ishida and Noboru Aoyagi and Takaumi Kimura and Shinya Nagasaki and Satoru Tanaka},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2010},
  volume={44 13},
  pages={5055-60}
}
Time-resolved laser fluorescence spectroscopy (TRLFS) is an analytical technique capable of discriminating different chemical species of a fluorescent metal ion such as UO(2)(2+), Cm(3+), and lanthanides. Although TRLFS has been widely used to investigate the speciation of the fluorescent metal ions, extracting quantitative and structural information from multiple TRLFS data measured as a function of chemical and physical parameters is not a simple task. The purpose of this study is to apply… CONTINUE READING

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