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Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence

Allen J Bard 
CRC Press  2004  



Hardback  552 pp  ISBN 9780824753474      £131.00
  • Surveys the use of ECL systems for the development of light-emitting devices, as well as the measurement and identification of biologically important compounds
  • Discusses the simulation of ECL behavior using commercial software
  • Summarizes key characteristics of the most common organic ECL systems
  • Covers the latest developments in metal chelate ECL
  • Describes the use of flow injection, liquid chromatography, and capillary electrophoresis in conjunction with ECL
The first comprehensive source on this ever-expanding analytical science, this reference explores recent advances in the instrumentation, design, and application of techniques utilizing electrogenerated chemiluminescence (ECL)- examining the use and impact of ECL-based assays in clinical diagnostics, life science research, environmental testing, food and water evaluation, and the detection of biowarfare agents.

Compiled by the pioneer of this highly innovative technology, Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence surveys the use of ECL systems for the development of light-emitting devices, as well as the measurement and identification of biologically important compounds. It provides more than 1150 references, 240 tables, and contributions from 16 leading authorities on the subject, identifying promising research pathways, trends, challenges and topics of vital importance to field progression. It discusses the simulation of ECL behavior using commercial software, summarizes key characteristics of the most common organic ECL systems, covers the latest developments in metal chelate ECL, and describes the use of flow injection, liquid chromatography, and capillary electrophoresis in conjunction with ECL.

A clear and authoritative study of ECL phenomena, Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence is a unique and timely reference suitable for the desktops of electrochemists; surface, colloid, analytical, physical, theoretical, industrial, and organic chemists and biochemists; materials and chemical engineers; physicists; and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.

Contents

  • Introduction, Allen J. Bard
  • Experimental Techniques of Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence, Fu-Ren F. Fan
  • ECL Theory: Mass Transfer and Homogeneous Kinetics, Joseph T. Maloy
  • ECL Theory: Electron Transfer and Spin-up Conversion Processes, Andrzej Kapturkiewicz
  • Coreactants, Wujian Miao and Jai-Pil Choi
  • Organic ECL Systems, Samuel P. Forry and R. Mark Wightman
  • Metal Chelate Systems, Mark Richter
  • Clinical and Biological Applications of ECL, Jeff Debad, Eli N. Glezar, Jonathan K. Leland, George B. Sigal, and Jacob Wohlstadter
  • Analytical Applications: Flow Injection, Liquid Chromatography, and Capillary Electrophoresis, Neil D. Danielson
  • Davices/Polymers, Mihai Buda
  • Miscellaneous Topics and Conclusions, Allen J. Bard
  • Index
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