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Correction: One-step synthesis of a dual-emitting carbon dot-based ratiometric fluorescent probe for the visual assay of Pb and PPi and development of a paper sensor.

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Summary of "Correction: One-step synthesis of a dual-emitting carbon dot-based ratiometric fluorescent probe for the visual assay of Pb and PPi and development of a paper sensor."

Correction for 'One-step synthesis of a dual-emitting carbon dot-based ratiometric fluorescent probe for the visual assay of Pb2+ and PPi and development of a paper sensor' by Yifang Gao et al., J. Mater. Chem. B, 2019, 7, 5502-5509.

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