Analytically Useful
Chemiluminescent Emitters

Chemiluminescent
Emitter
Lambda Max
(Wavelength Region)
Reference
3-Aminophthalate
(from luminol)
425 nm White and Roswell. In Burr, Ed., Chemi- and Bioluminescence, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1985, p. 215.
CH3Se 750-825 nm Glinski et al., J.A.C.S.. 108, 531 (1986).
CN 383-388 nm Sutton et al., Anal. Chem.. 51, 1399 (1979).
HCF 475-750 nm Glinski et al., J. Photochem.. 37, 217 (1987).
HCHO 350-500 nm Finlayson et al., J.A.C.S..96, 5356 (1974).
HF 670-700 nm Glinski et al., J. Photochem.. 37, 217 (1987).
HSO 360-380 nm Toby, Chem. Rev.. 84, 277, (1984).
IF 450-800 nm Getty and Birks, Anal. Lett.. 12, 469, (1979)
N-methylacridone
(from lucigene)
420-500 nm Totter, Photochem. Photobiol. 22, 203 (1975).
Na 589 Gough et al., J. Chromatogr.. 137, 293 (1977).
NO2 1200 nm Greaves and Gavin, Chem. Physics..30, 348, (1959).
OH 306 nm Toby, Chem. Rev.. 84, 277, (1984).
Oxyluciferin
(from luciferin)
562 nm Seitz, Crc Crit. Rev. Anal. Chem.. 13, 1 (1981).
Ru(bpy)3 600 nm Rubinstein et al., Anal. Chem.. 55, 1580 (1983).
S2 275-425 nm Spurlin and Yeung, Anal. Chem..54, 318 (1982).
SF2 550-875 nm Glinski and Taylor, Chem. Phys. Lett..155, 511 (1989).
SO2 260-480 nm Kenner and Ogryzlo, In Burr, Ed., Chemi- and Bioluminescence, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1985, p. 139.

 

Chemical Reaction Properties of different chemiluminescence solution phase reactions



These notes were written by Dr. Thomas G. Chasteen at Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas. Mailing Address: Department of Chemistry, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas 77340.

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