Light-emitting diodes for analytical chemistry.

@article{Macka2014LightemittingDF,
  title={Light-emitting diodes for analytical chemistry.},
  author={Mirek Macka and T. Piasecki and Purnendu K Dasgupta},
  journal={Annual review of analytical chemistry},
  year={2014},
  volume={7},
  pages={
          183-207
        }
}
  • Mirek Macka, T. Piasecki, Purnendu K Dasgupta
  • Published in
    Annual review of analytical…
    2014
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are playing increasingly important roles in analytical chemistry, from the final analysis stage to photoreactors for analyte conversion to actual fabrication of and incorporation in microdevices for analytical use. The extremely fast turn-on/off rates of LEDs have made possible simple approaches to fluorescence lifetime measurement. Although they are increasingly being used as detectors, their wavelength selectivity as detectors has rarely been exploited. From their… CONTINUE READING

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