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Electrochemiluminesence of ruthenium complex and its application in biosensors

Electrochemiluminesence (ECL), also called electrogenerated chemiluminescence, is optical emission that arises from the high‐energy electron‐transfer reaction between electrogenerated species. ECL is an approach of converting electrical energy into radiative energy. Different from photoluminescence, ECL does not require the use of external light sources and therefore problems derived by light scattering can be avoided.

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29 Apr 2013
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2013
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978-1-84973-579-7
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978-1-84973-779-1