Many things in life cannot be found with the naked eye, so many novel things begin to appear, and luminol becomes one of thousands of things. Luminol, also known as luminol, has a CAS number of 521-31-3. A blood that cannot be observed with the naked eye when detected at a crime scene, and can show a very small amount of blood (occult blood reaction). The chemical name is 5-amino-phthalic hydrazide. It is a blue crystal or pale yellow powder at room temperature, which is a relatively stable synthetic organic compound. The chemical formula is C8H7N3O2.
In fact, the luminol reaction does not necessarily require blood, because blood is just a catalyst, and other methods can also make it glow. And because blood is only a catalyst, even if blood is used, it is extremely obvious that only trace amounts of blood are needed.
Luminol is a strong acid, which has a certain irritating effect on the eyes, skin and respiratory tract. Since hemoglobin contains iron, iron can catalyze the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide, turning hydrogen peroxide into water and monooxygen, and monooxygen oxidizes luminol to make it glow. Therefore, luminol is widely used in criminal investigation, biological engineering, chemical tracing and other fields. In forensic medicine, luminol reaction can identify blood stains that have been scrubbed long ago. Biologically, luminol is used to detect the presence of copper, iron and cyanide in cells.
Luminol/Luminol/Luminol is one of the most commonly used liquid-phase chemiluminescence reagents because of its simple structure, easy synthesis, good water solubility, and high luminescence quantum efficiency. Desheng has specialized in R&D and production of chemiluminescence reagents for 15 years, and has a professional R&D team. If you need luminol, you can directly contact , and look forward to your inquiries!
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