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Handy fluorescent paper device based on a curcumin derivative for ultrafast detection of peroxide-based explosives.

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Summary of "Handy fluorescent paper device based on a curcumin derivative for ultrafast detection of peroxide-based explosives."

We report a handy, simple and inexpensive paper device for extremely sensitive detection of peroxide-based explosives. The sensing device fabricated using a curcumin derivative was capable of ultrafast sensing of triacetone triperoxide. The detection time was below 5 s. Moreover, the sensor retained full function under storage at ambient temperature for at least 120 days.

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Name: Chemical communications (Cambridge, England)
ISSN: 1364-548X
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