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spec•tro•fluo•rim•e•ter



Pronunciation: (spek'trō-floo-rim'i-tur, -flô-, -flō-), [key]
n. Spectroscopy.
an instrument in which the spectrum of secondarily emitted fluorescent light is used to identify chemical compounds. Also,spec•tro•fluo•rom•e•terPronunciation: (spek"trō-floo-rom'i-tur, -flô-, -flō-). [key]

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