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Article title THE EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE DEPENDENCE OF BIOAEROSOL FLUORESCENCE INDICATRIX FROM ITS OPTICAL DENSITY
Authors E.A. Kochelaev, A.O. Volchek, V.M. Sidorenko
Section SECTION III. BIOTECHNOLOGY, BIOMEDICAL NANOTECHNOLOGY
Month, Year 11, 2012 @en
Index UDC 535.37/535.31
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Abstract The results of a numerical modeling of an angular distribution of a separate aerosol particles fluorescence are compared with experimental data of protein Ovalbumin and spores Bacillus subtilis. The data received show the presence of a fluorescence indicatrix anisotropy, the value of which depends on an optical density of aerosol particles at the wave lengths of fluorescence excitation and fluorescence emission. The experimental data are generally consistent with the results of modelling studies. Based on these studies concluded that the fluorescence indicatrix anisotropy can be used as an additional marker for a qualitative analysis of bioaerosol particles with the purpose of improvement of a flow - optical method selectivity.

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Keywords Bioaerosol; fluorescence; indicatrix; particle.
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