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The characteristic red chemiluminescence from reactions with acidic potassium permanganate: further spectroscopic evidence for a manganese(ii) emitter

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Abstract

A direct comparison of the laser-induced photoluminescence of manganese(II) with the chemiluminescence from the reaction between acidic potassium permanganate and sodium borohydride was used to confirm that the characteristic red emission from this widely used chemiluminescence reagent emanates from an electronically excited manganese(II) species.

Graphical abstract: The characteristic red chemiluminescence from reactions with acidic potassium permanganate: further spectroscopic evidence for a manganese(ii) emitter

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Submitted
13 Sep 2007
Accepted
13 Nov 2007
First published
21 Nov 2007

Analyst, 2008,133, 49-51
Article type
Communication

The characteristic red chemiluminescence from reactions with acidic potassium permanganate: further spectroscopic evidence for a manganese(II) emitter

J. L. Adcock, P. S. Francis, T. A. Smith and N. W. Barnett, Analyst, 2008, 133, 49
DOI: 10.1039/B714147E

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