Chemiluminescence methods (present and future)
Keywords:Antioxidant activity, Chemiluminescence, Drug analysis, Radical scavenging, Seawater analysis
This article provides a general review of chemiluminescent methods in some of their recent applications in drug analysis, sea water analysis or antioxidant activity of natural and synthetic products (including olive oil). Practical considerations are not included in the review since the main interest is to state, through the aforementioned applications, that chemiluminescence has been, is, and will be a versatile tool for Analytical Chemistry in future years.
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