User talk:Mllyjn

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Welcome to Wikipedia![edit]

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Welcome to Wikipedia... please join us at the Teahouse![edit]

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Hello! Mllyjn, you are invited to join other new editors and friendly hosts in the Teahouse, an awesome place to meet people, ask questions, and learn more about Wikipedia. Please join us! Rosiestep (talk) 02:55, 9 April 2012 (UTC)

Regarding Fluorescence Diagram[edit]

Hi Mllyjn. Sorry it has taken a while. I like your idea of a Jablonski diagram on the fluorescence page, I think it would be more clear than the diagram I put up. I'm not sure if both diagrams should be included, or just a Jablonski. Perhaps more simplicity would be better (I recently saw a fluorescence mechanism diagram with only 3 levels for a bulk material). Phosphorescence, intersystem crossing, and internal conversion could be excluded. I personally like the diagram style on the fourth external link on the Jablonski diagram page. I can create a diagram if needed. Let me know what you think. Jacobkhed (talk) 03:29, 19 April 2012 (UTC)

After an electron absorbs a high energy photon the system is excited elctronically and vibrationally. The system relaxes vibrationally, and eventually fluoresces at a longer wavelength.

Hi Mllyjn. Is this figure more of what you have in mind? If so I can add it to the fluorescence page, or I can improve it. I made these figures using Microsoft Excel to make outlines (mostly so lines were straight). Then I added arrows and additional captions in PowerPoint. Jacobkhed (talk) 20:53, 22 April 2012 (UTC)



First, can I ask if you would be interested in joining the Wikipedia Robotics project?

More importantly I would like to collaborate with you on the Robot article. I have just undone your edit (which I hope you can forgive me for) as the discussion is still open on the talk page regarding the lead.

I am more concerned about the body of the article though (as at least discussion has started on the lead and we have that sub-page to work out a version we can find consensus on). Some sections are badly written, lacking refs and more like a skeleton of links found in "Outline of ..." articles. The real issue with the lead is that it was a summary of the body, but as so much has changed in the article over the last two years it is difficult to see how to rewrite it without first rewriting the sections in the body.

Of even more concern is the definition of a robot. Previously we used three or four definitions from various sources as they all varied.

AS WIki uses consensus, and no (wo)man is an island etc., I wondered if you wanted to collaborate?

(Posted to Fountains of Bryn Mawr also) Chaosdruid (talk) 03:04, 1 July 2012 (UTC)

Welcome to the Robotics project[edit]

Apologies for not getting this to you earlier, unfortunately RL took over during the summer holidays. Chaosdruid (talk) 21:03, 9 September 2012 (UTC)

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