1971 Volume 44 Issue 10 Pages 2661-2665
Electrochemiluminescence (ECL) of aromatics was studied in dimethylformamide. The solutions were electrolyzed with square-wave voltage at various frequencies. For anthracene, emission from species produced by electrochemical reaction was observed together with anthracene fluorescence. These emissions were quenched when water was added to the solution. For rubrene and perylene, fluorescence from the molecules was observed. For phenanthrene, emission differing from phenanthrene fluorescence was observed at 515 mμ.
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