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AuteursL. Tu, Y. Wang, Y. Yang, B.H. Bakker, X. Kong, A.M. Brouwer, W.J. Buma, H. Zhang
TitelSpectroscopic study of the authentic emitter of AMPPD chemiluminescence in alkaline aqueous solution
TijdschriftPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Jaargang12
Jaar2010
Nummer25
Pagina's6789-6794
ISSN14639076
FaculteitFaculteit der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica
Instituut/afd.FNWI: Van 't Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences (HIMS)
SamenvattingTo design more effective CIEEL (chemically initiated electron exchange luminescence) systems demands a complete picture of the dynamics of the chemiluminescence, which is often a challenge. In this work, photoluminescence of the methyl m-oxybenzoate anion – the authentic emitter of AMPPD (3-[2-spiroadamantane]-4-methoxy-4-[3-phosphoryloxy]-phenyl-1,2-dioxetane) in aqueous solvent has been studied. Combining the effect of solvent properties, e.g. pH value, and spectroscopic studies employing steady-state and ultrafast time-resolved emission and absorption and 1H NMR techniques, a novel mechanism is proposed. We conclude that the deviation of emission peaks between chemiluminescence and photoluminescence of the authentic emitter of AMPPD i.e. the methyl m-oxybenzoate anion, in alkaline aqueous solvents is due to its hydrolysis, rather than the hydrogen-bonding effect as has been assumed so far. Besides, the hydrogen-bonding is suggested to play a key role in significantly decreasing the chemiluminescence yield of AMPPD in aqueous solution by shortening the lifetime of the excited authentic emitter to 10 ps order of magnitude – three orders of magnitude shorter than the previously reported value (~10 ns). These results shed light on the chemiluminescence dynamics of AMPPD and facilitate the design of more effective CIEEL systems.
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