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04 to greater than 30. 04) optical density, whereas it is significantly absorbed by sample with an optical density equal to 1, largely absorbed by sample with optical density equal to 3, and completely absorbed by the most concentrated sample. Since the emission optics are typically focused on the center of the cuvette, one can easily see that the observed signal will suffer as a consequence of absorption of the exciting light by the initial layers of the solution. In such a case, increasing the concentration of the sample in an effort to increase the signal will lead to even less detected fluorescence.
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W. Wood observed that diffraction gratings exhibited some anomalous transmission characteristics in narrow spectral regions. These anomalies, known 23 R. E. Hirsch, Methods EnzymoL 232, 231 (1994). 24 j. R. " Kluwer Academic, New York, 1999. 14 BIOPHOTONICS [ 1] as "Wood's anomalies," are highly dependent on the polarization of the incident light, being almost entirely polarized perpendicular to the rulings of the grating. They occur in diffraction gratings when a diffracted order becomes tangent to the plane of the grating and are believed to result from a resonant interaction of the incident light with surface plasmons, which are electronic excitations confined to the metal surface.