Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Fluorosence Intensity = Fluorosecence Quantum Yield*Initial Intensity*2.303*Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient*Concentration at Time t*Length
IF = φf*Io*2.303*ξ*Ct*L
This formula uses 6 Variables
Variables Used
Fluorosence Intensity - (Measured in Watt per Square Meter) - Fluorosence Intensity formula is defined as the power transferred per unit area, where the area is measured on the plane perpendicular to the direction of propagation of the energy.
Fluorosecence Quantum Yield - Fluorosecence Quantum Yield is a measure of the efficiency of photon emission as defined by the ratio of the number of photons emitted to the number of photons absorbed.
Initial Intensity - (Measured in Watt per Square Meter) - Initial Intensity flux of radiant energy is the power transferred per unit area, where the area is measured on the plane perpendicular to the direction of propagation of the energy.
Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient - (Measured in Square Meter per Mole) - Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient a measure of how strongly a chemical species or substance absorbs light at a particular wavelength.
Concentration at Time t - (Measured in Mole per Cubic Meter) - The Concentration at Time t is the amount of species formed or reacted in that particular time.
Length - (Measured in Meter) - Length is the measurement or extent of something from end to end.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Fluorosecence Quantum Yield: 3 --> No Conversion Required
Initial Intensity: 200 Watt per Square Meter --> 200 Watt per Square Meter No Conversion Required
Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient: 100000 Square Meter per Mole --> 100000 Square Meter per Mole No Conversion Required
Concentration at Time t: 0.8 Mole per Liter --> 800 Mole per Cubic Meter (Check conversion here)
Length: 3 Meter --> 3 Meter No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
IF = φf*Io*2.303*ξ*Ct*L --> 3*200*2.303*100000*800*3
Evaluating ... ...
IF = 331632000000
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
331632000000 Watt per Square Meter --> No Conversion Required
331632000000 Watt per Square Meter <-- Fluorosence Intensity
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Singlet State Concentration
Singlet State Concentration = Absorption Intensity/(Rate Constant of Fluoroscence+Rate Constant of Non Radiative Reaction+Rate Constant of Intersystem Crossing+Rate Constant of Internal Conversion)
Phosphorescence Quantum Yield given Intersystem Quantum Yield
Phosphosecence Quantum Yield = (Phosphorescence Rate Constant/Absorption Intensity)*(((Absorption Intensity*Triplet State Quantum Yield)/Rate Constant of Triplet Triplet Anhilation)^(1/2))
Phosphorescence Quantum Yield given Fluoroscence Quantum Yield
Phosphosecence Quantum Yield = Fluorosecence Quantum Yield*((Phosphorescence Rate Constant*Concentration of Triplet State)/(Rate Constant of Fluoroscence*Singlet State Concentration))
Fluoroscence Quantum Yield given Phosphorescence Quantum Yield
Fluorosecence Quantum Yield = Phosphosecence Quantum Yield*((Rate Constant of Fluoroscence*Singlet State Concentration)/(Phosphorescence Rate Constant*Concentration of Triplet State))
Fluorescence Quantum Yield
Fluorosecence Quantum Yield = Rate of Radiative Reaction/(Rate of Radiative Reaction+Rate of Internal Conversion+Rate Constant of Intersystem Crossing+Quenching Constant)
Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute
Fluorosence Intensity = Fluorosecence Quantum Yield*Initial Intensity*2.303*Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient*Concentration at Time t*Length
Quantum Yield of Fluorescence
Fluorosecence Quantum Yield = Rate Constant of Fluoroscence/(Rate Constant of Fluoroscence+Rate of Internal Conversion+Rate Constant of Intersystem Crossing)
Fluoroscence Intensity without Quenching
Intensity Without Quenching = (Rate Constant of Fluoroscence*Absorption Intensity)/(Rate Constant of Non Radiative Reaction+Rate Constant of Fluoroscence)
Intensity Ratio
Intensity Ratio = 1+(Quencher Concentration*(Quenching Constant/(Rate Constant of Fluoroscence+Rate Constant of Non Radiative Reaction)))
Singlet Life Time
Singlet Life time = 1/(Rate Constant of Intersystem Crossing+Rate of Radiative Reaction+Rate of Internal Conversion+Quenching Constant)
Final Intensity using Stern Volmer Equation
Final Intensity = Initial Intensity/ (1+(Singlet Life time*Quenching Constant*Quencher Concentration))
Phosphorescence Quantum Yield
Rate of Deactivation
Rate of Deactivation = (Rate Constant of Non Radiative Reaction+Rate Constant of Fluoroscence)*Singlet State Concentration
Triplet State Quantum yield
Triplet State Quantum Yield = (Rate Constant of Intersystem Crossing*Singlet State Concentration)/Absorption Intensity
Collisional Energy Transfer
Rate of Collisional Energy Transfer = Quenching Constant*Quencher Concentration*Singlet State Concentration
Rate of Phosphorescence
Rate of Phosphorescence = Phosphorescence Rate Constant*Concentration of Triplet State
Rate of Activation
Rate of Activation = Equilibrium Constant*(1-Degree of Dissociation of Emission)
Difference in Acidity between Ground and Excited State
Difference in pka = pKa of Excited State-pKa of Ground State
Singlet Life time = 1/Rate Constant of Fluoroscence
Singlet Life time = 1/Rate of Phosphorescence

Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute Formula

Fluorosence Intensity = Fluorosecence Quantum Yield*Initial Intensity*2.303*Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient*Concentration at Time t*Length
IF = φf*Io*2.303*ξ*Ct*L

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How to Calculate Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute?

Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute calculator uses Fluorosence Intensity = Fluorosecence Quantum Yield*Initial Intensity*2.303*Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient*Concentration at Time t*Length to calculate the Fluorosence Intensity, The Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute formula is defined as the power transferred per unit area, where the area is measured on the plane perpendicular to the direction of propagation of the energy. Fluorosence Intensity is denoted by IF symbol.

How to calculate Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute, enter Fluorosecence Quantum Yield f), Initial Intensity (Io), Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient (ξ), Concentration at Time t (Ct) & Length (L) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute calculation can be explained with given input values -> 3.3E+11 = 3*200*2.303*100000*800*3.

FAQ

What is Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute?
The Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute formula is defined as the power transferred per unit area, where the area is measured on the plane perpendicular to the direction of propagation of the energy and is represented as IF = φf*Io*2.303*ξ*Ct*L or Fluorosence Intensity = Fluorosecence Quantum Yield*Initial Intensity*2.303*Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient*Concentration at Time t*Length. Fluorosecence Quantum Yield is a measure of the efficiency of photon emission as defined by the ratio of the number of photons emitted to the number of photons absorbed, Initial Intensity flux of radiant energy is the power transferred per unit area, where the area is measured on the plane perpendicular to the direction of propagation of the energy, Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient a measure of how strongly a chemical species or substance absorbs light at a particular wavelength, The Concentration at Time t is the amount of species formed or reacted in that particular time & Length is the measurement or extent of something from end to end.
How to calculate Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute?
The Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute formula is defined as the power transferred per unit area, where the area is measured on the plane perpendicular to the direction of propagation of the energy is calculated using Fluorosence Intensity = Fluorosecence Quantum Yield*Initial Intensity*2.303*Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient*Concentration at Time t*Length. To calculate Fluorosence Intensity at Low Concentration of Solute, you need Fluorosecence Quantum Yield f), Initial Intensity (Io), Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient (ξ), Concentration at Time t (Ct) & Length (L). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Fluorosecence Quantum Yield, Initial Intensity, Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient, Concentration at Time t & Length and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Fluorosence Intensity?
In this formula, Fluorosence Intensity uses Fluorosecence Quantum Yield, Initial Intensity, Spectroscopical Molar Extinction Coefficient, Concentration at Time t & Length. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Fluorosence Intensity = (Rate Constant of Fluoroscence*Absorption Intensity)/(Rate Constant of Fluoroscence+Rate Constant of Non Radiative Reaction)
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