Fluorescence spectrometers are instruments used to analyze the fluorescence emitted by molecules when excited by light of a specific wavelength. They operate by irradiating a sample with light and then detecting the emitted fluorescence at longer wavelengths. By measuring the intensity and characteristics of this fluorescence, fluorescence spectrometers can provide information about the structure, concentration, and environment of fluorescent molecules in the sample. Widely used in fields such as biochemistry, pharmaceuticals, environmental science, and materials science, fluorescence spectrometers are valuable tools for studying biomolecules, monitoring chemical reactions, and detecting trace substances.

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