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X-ray activated near-infrared (NIR) persistent luminescence has promising application in biomedical luminous imaging. However, there are strict medical restrictions on X-ray dosage to avoid radiation disease. There is a need to develop a simple strategy to improve persistent luminescence imaging...
Eugenol is extensively utilized in chemical industry. In actual production, it is mainly separated from clove essential oils (EOs) through acid–base solutions. In this work, a simple, rapid and effective extraction process was developed for the extraction of eugenol from EOs samples by directly...
Industry progressing caused the pollutants into the surface and groundwater, including organic pollutants such as phenylenediamine (PD) and heavy metals such as Cr(VI). Herein, a simple “three-in-one” strategy based on MOF-199 was demonstrated. The MOF-199 catalytic system could be used for the...
Photon upconversion is an anti-Stokes process that converts low-energy photons into high-energy photons. The use of upconversion luminescence can avoid the autofluorescence of biological tissue and realize background-free bioimaging with a high signal-to-noise ratio at a low power density. In...
A derivative of fluorescein, fluorescein O,O-diacrylate (FODA), was utilized in a triplet–triplet annihilation upconversion (TTA-UC) system to develop a composite ratiometric chemosensor capable of detecting cysteine (Cys). FODA acted as both the probe for Cys and the energy acceptor for...
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