All terms in CHMO

Label Id Description
fluorescence anisotropy decay curve CHMO_0001921 [A plot of fluorescence anisotropy (the difference in polarisation between incident and fluorescent light) vs. time.]
fluorescence decay curve CHMO_0001920 [A plot of fluorescence intensity vs. time.]
spectrum CHMO_0000800 [A plot of a measured quantity against some experimental parameter.]
three-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum CHMO_0001929 [A three-dimensional plot of chemical shift vs. intensity for spin-active nuclei obtained by measuring the effect of the absorption of radio frequency radiation on nuclear spin-state transitions in the presence of a magnetic field. Signals are defined in terms of three frequencies; by the chemical shift of a particular nucleus in one dimension and, in the other two, by the chemical shifts of correlated nuclei.]
nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum CHMO_0000835 [Any spectrum that shows the response of spin-active nuclei to radio frequency radiation in an applied magnetic field.]
one-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectrum CHMO_0001928 [A plot of chemical shift vs. intensity for spin-active nuclei obtained by measuring the effect of the absorption of radio frequency radiation on nuclear spin-state transitions in the presence of a magnetic field.]
electronic circular dichroism spectrum CHMO_0001927 [A plot of ellipticity vs. wavelength obtained by measuring the differential absorption of left- and right-handed circularly polarised visible or near-ultraviolet radiation as a function of wavelength. ECD spectra can also be derived computationally.]
circular dichroism spectrum CHMO_0000808 [A plot of ellipticity vs. wavelength obtained by measuring the differential absorption of left- and right-handed circularly polarised photon radiation as a function of wavelength.]
electronic circular dichroism spectroscopy CHMO_0001926 [Spectroscopy based on the differential absorption of left- and right-handed circularly polarised visible or near-ultraviolet radiation (200–400 nm). The optical activity of the sample is monitored using electronic transitions.]
circular dichroism spectroscopy CHMO_0000323 [Spectroscopy based on the differential absorption of left- and right-handed circularly polarised light by a sample.]
total internal reflection microscopy CHMO_0001925 [A type of optical microscopy which is used to monitor Brownian fluctuations in the separation between a single microscopic sphere and a flat plate in aqueous media. The sphere is levitated above the plate by colloidal forces such as double-layer or steric repulsion. Changes in elevation as small as 1 nm can be detected by measuring the light scattered by a single sphere when illuminated by an evanescent wave.]
optical microscopy CHMO_0000102 [Microscopy where the specimen is illuminated with visible light and a system of lenses is used to produce an image.]
diffusing wave spectroscopy CHMO_0001924 [A method for determining molecular motion by measuring the time it takes for a particle in a highly-scattering suspension (e.g. a colloid) to move a distance comparable to the wavelength of light.]
dynamic light scattering CHMO_0000167 [A method for determining the size distribution of a sample of small particles in solution by illuminating the sample with a light source (usually a laser) and measuring the time-dependent fluctuations in the intensity of the scattered light caused by Brownian motion.]
shear force microscopy CHMO_0001923 [Microscopy which uses a sharp spike (known as a 'tip') mounted on the end of a cantilever to scan the surface of the specimen. The tip oscillates parallel to the surface. An image of the surface is obtained by mechanically moving the probe in a raster scan of the specimen, line by line, and recording the force experienced by the tip as a function of position. A feedback loop is used to maintain a fixed relationship between the tip and surface during scanning.]
dynamic force microscopy CHMO_0001896 [Microscopy which uses a sharp spike (known as a 'tip') mounted on the end of a cantilever to scan the surface of the specimen. The tip oscillates, intermittently touching or tapping the surface. An image of the surface is obtained by mechanically moving the probe in a raster scan of the specimen, line by line, and recording the force experienced by the tip as a function of position. A feedback loop is used to maintain a fixed relationship between the tip and surface during scanning.]
cathodoluminescence detection CHMO_0001922 [The detection of luminescence emitted from a sample as a result of the impact of high-energy electrons.]
luminescence detection CHMO_0000057 [The detection of luminescence from a sample.]
heteronuclear multiple bond coherence CHMO_0000601 [A type of heteronuclear NMR spectroscopy where a second frequency dimension is employed to disperse the signals and reveal correlations between protons and nuclei which are 2–3 bonds removed.]
heteronuclear two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy CHMO_0000931 [Any type of heteronuclear NMR spectroscopy where a second frequency dimension is employed.]