Sol-Gel Glasses: Time-Resolved Optical and Neutron Diffraction Studies of Structure and Dynamics, and Applications as Sol-Gel Clad Fiber Optic Sensors

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Sol-Gel Glasses: Time-Resolved Optical and Neutron Diffraction Studies of Structure and Dynamics, and Applications as Sol-Gel Clad Fiber Optic Sensors

Synthesis of Organically Doped Sol-Gel Glasses

Sol-Gel Monoliths and Coatings

Sensor Molecules Doped into Optically Clear Porous Sol-Gel Glasses

Small Angle Neutron Scattering (SANS)

Small-Angle Neutron Scattering on Xerogels

SANS on Xerogels: Guinier Analysis

Nitrogen Adsorption Isotherms on Xerogels

BET Analysis of Xerogels

Time-Resolved Fluorescence Depolarization

Fluorescence Decay and Anisotropy Apparatus

Fluorescence Anisotropy: Rotational Dynamics

Dipolar Energy Transfer: Spatial Distribution

Time-Resolved Fluorescence Anisotropy: Quinizarin/ASX

Time-Resolved Fluorescence Anisotropy: Quinizarin-Al/SX

QENS on Xerogel: Arrhenius Plot

QENS in Xerogel: Translational Broadening

QENS Elastic Intensity in Xerogel

Evanescent Excitation and Time-Resolved Detection

Sol-Gel Clad Fiber Optic Sensors

Simple Time-Resolved Fiber Optic Emission Set-up

Doped Sol-Gel Sensors

Sol-Gel Clad pH Sensor: time-resolved detection

Fiber Optic Quinone Sensor

Sol-Gel Clad Fluorophore Lifetimes

Lucigenin: Absorption and Emission in Solution and Xerogel

Effect of Chloride on Lucigenin Fluorescence Decay Rate in a Xerogel

Effect of Chloride on Lucigenin Fluorescence Decay Rate in Solution

Summary

Acknowledgements

Author: ELC

Email: eric.chronister@ucr.edu

Home Page: http://www.chronister.ucr.edu/