A reference for luminescence

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I've been looking for a good reference for luminescence spectroscopy but I haven't found anything. Could anyone please help me?
 

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Had a quick look and found this.

Laser excited atomic fluorescence spectrometry — a review
Spectrochimica Acta Part B: Atomic Spectroscopy
Volume 56, Issue 9, 30 September 2001, Pages 1565–1592
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0584-8547(01)00265-8 [Broken]

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Had a quick look and found this.

Laser excited atomic fluorescence spectrometry — a review
Spectrochimica Acta Part B: Atomic Spectroscopy
Volume 56, Issue 9, 30 September 2001, Pages 1565–1592
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0584-8547(01)00265-8 [Broken]

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Thank you very much for that. It is very helpful but this article is about Laser excited atomic fluorescence spectrometry while I am looking for a useful reference for Photoluminescence excitation spectroscopy (PLE) and time resolved Photoluminescence spectroscopy and that how can we analyse the data obtained by these methods.
 
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I've been looking for a good reference for luminescence spectroscopy but I haven't found anything. Could anyone please help me?
To broad a topic. Let me split it into two.

1) Luminescence spectroscopy of organic molecules.
I use a reference:
"Principles of Fluorescence Spectroscopy" 3rd edition by Joseph R. Lakowicz (Springer, 2006).

2) For solid state physics, especially semiconductors.
I use for a reference:
"Optical Processes in Semiconductors" by Jacques I. Pankove (Dover, 1971).

I know about the enormous cost differential. Lakowicz is very expensive but very comprehensive. Pankove is inexpensive but a bit narrow. However, that is what I have been using.
 
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To broad a topic. Let me split it into two.

1) Luminescence spectroscopy of organic molecules.
I use a reference:
"Principles of Fluorescence Spectroscopy" 3rd edition by Joseph R. Lakowicz (Springer, 2006).

2) For solid state physics, especially semiconductors.
I use for a reference:
"Optical Processes in Semiconductors" by Jacques I. Pankove (Dover, 1971).

I know about the enormous cost differential. Lakowicz is very expensive but very comprehensive. Pankove is inexpensive but a bit narrow. However, that is what I have been using.
Thank you very much.
 

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