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Comparison of Room-Temperature Phosphorescence Properties of Three Purine Compounds with Cadmium Acetate as a Source of Heavy Atom Perturbation
Volume 49, Number 3 (March 1995) Page 320-323
Jin, Wei Jun; Zhang, Hai Rong; Yang, Xin; Liu, Chang Song
Cadmium acetate salts can greatly enhance room-temperature phosphorescence (RTP) of purine and 6-mercaptopurine. 6-Mercapto-substituent and 6-hydroxy-substituent appear quite different in their effect on the RTP of purine. The effects of cadium salt matrix and pH on the RTP of purine compounds were also investigated in detail. With cadmium acetate as a source of heavy atom perturbation, nanogram or subnanogram amounts of purines can be detected.