Definition of Fluorescers
1. fluorescer [n] - See also: fluorescer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fluorescers
Literary usage of Fluorescers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Chemistry of the Radio-elements by Frederick Soddy (1911)
"... and willemite (zinc silicate) are the fluorescers usually employed. Magnesium platino- cyanide, which responds brilliantly to X-rays, is little affected ..."
2. Matter and Energy by Frederick Soddy (1911)
"... diamond, etc., but their photographic action is relatively feeble, and their effect on the fluorescers, which show best the /3- and 7-rays, is small. ..."