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2009 | Vol. 6, nr 3-4 | 303-311
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Fluorescence Analysis as an Effective Method Used in Micro/Trace Explosive Detection

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There are many kinds of explosives, and their detection methods vary. Nitroaromatic compound is one of the composition of the explosives commonly used. The fuorescence will be quenched when they touch the fuorescent conjugated polymers. General methods for explosives detection have been summarized in this paper, in addition the application of novel fuorescence analysis technique in explosives detection has been introduced. Fluorescent conjugated polymer as chemical sensing material for explosive detection has been reviewed in detail, also a novel fuorescent sensing flm self-assembled by fuorescent small molecule pyrene and homogeneous fuoroimmunoassay have been presented briefy. The development of fuorescence analysis used in the area of determining explosives has been prospected.

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