Visualization of exhaled hydrogen sulphide on test paper with an ultrasensitive and time-gated luminescent probe.

@article{Zhang2016VisualizationOE,
  title={Visualization of exhaled hydrogen sulphide on test paper with an ultrasensitive and time-gated luminescent probe.},
  author={Ruilong Zhang and Shijiang Liu and Jianping Wang and Guangmei Han and Linlin Yang and Bianhua Liu and Guijian Guan and Zhongping Zhang},
  journal={The Analyst},
  year={2016},
  volume={141 16},
  pages={
          4919-25
        }
}
Luminescent chemosensors for hydrogen sulphide (H2S) are of great interest because of the close association of H2S with our health. However, current probes for H2S detection have problems such as low sensitivity/selectivity, poor aqueous-solubility or interference from background fluorescence. This study reports an ultrasensitive and time-gated "switch on… CONTINUE READING