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“…Ideally, equation (1 1) is to be inserted in equation (2). The general solution to equation ( I ) is then obtained for the degree of fluorescence polarization as a function of molecular separation and involving the critical distance.…”

confidence: 99%

“…Ideally, equation (1 1) is to be inserted in equation (2). The general solution to equation ( I ) is then obtained for the degree of fluorescence polarization as a function of molecular separation and involving the critical distance.…”

confidence: 99%

“…The general solution to equation ( I ) is then obtained for the degree of fluorescence polarization as a function of molecular separation and involving the critical distance. Because we have not been able to obtain equation (2) in closed form, we shall instead consider two limiting cases. The first is one discussed by Forster himself.…”

confidence: 99%