Determination of amines by using a chemiluminescent reaction in solution

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The chemiluminescence emission produced by the oxidation of alkylamines by benzoyl peroxide has been used to determine up to ca. 0.5 μmole/ml of aliphatic secondary and tertiary amines in chloroform or acetone. The emission intensity is decreased with increasing age and water content of the solvent. © 1979.

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Burguera, J. L., & Townshend, A. (1979). Determination of amines by using a chemiluminescent reaction in solution. Talanta, 26(9), 795–798. https://doi.org/10.1080/15378020.2011.548209

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