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 **Note:** **Note:**
- The anisotropy values can theoretically spread between -0.5 and 1 for parallel ​or vertical ​excitation and emission dipoles respectively. The anisotropy value of 0 is expected in case of very fast rotation or extremely efficient energy transfer processes ​ (e.g. efficient ​ HOMO-FRET). ​ When measuring a randomly aligned ensemble due to photoselection the anisotropy varies with in the limits of  -0.2 and 0.4 instead of -0.5 and 1.      ​+ The anisotropy values can theoretically spread between -0.5 and 1 for perpendicular and parallel excitation and emission dipoles respectively. The anisotropy value of 0 is expected in case of very fast rotation or extremely efficient energy transfer processes ​ (e.g. efficient ​ HOMO-FRET). ​ When measuring a randomly aligned ensemble due to photoselection the anisotropy varies with in the limits of  -0.2 and 0.4 instead of -0.5 and 1.      ​
  
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