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Luminescent thermometry of organic dyes has shown advances in high spatial resolution, fast response and high sensitivity. In this chapter we discuss the temperature range, sensitivity, spatial/temporal resolution, accuracy, and the concept of temperature detection based on different molecular systems. Also, the main limitations and various improvements are mentioned to provide a perspective on fabricating better organic dye thermometers.

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