Modern Applications of Fluorescence
Moderne Fluoreszenzmethoden

Course 0000001097 in WS 2013/4

General Data

Course Type Lecture
Semester Weekly Hours 2 SWS
Organisational Unit Molecular Machines
Lecturers Thorsten Hugel
Dates Monday, 15:00–17:00

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additional remarks Grundlagen: Molekülspektren, Franck-Condon Prinzip Zusammenfassung: Fluoreszenz-Spektroskopie Moderne Methoden: Förster Resonanz EnergieTransfer (FRET) Korrelationsspektroskopie (FCS und FCCS) Superresolution Mikroskopie (STED, PALM) Detektionssysteme (z.B. CCD Kameras)
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Equivalent Courses (e. g. in other semesters)

SS 2014 Modern Applications of Fluorescence Hugel, T. Monday, 15:00–17:00
SS 2012 Modern Applications of Fluorescence Hugel, T. singular or moved dates
SS 2011 Modern Applications of Fluorescence Hugel, T. singular or moved dates
SS 2010 Modern Applications of Fluorescence singular or moved dates

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