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Luminol (Luminol), also known as luminol, chemical name is 3-Aminophthalhydrazide, chemical formula is C8H7N3O2.
3-Aminophthalhydrazide is a light yellow powder at area temperature level, which is a relatively stable synthetic natural substance.
3-Aminophthalhydrazide is a chemical fluorescent molecule, which can be converted into excited state aminophthalic acid in the presence of hydrogen peroxide molecule, which emits strong fluorescence.
Hydrogen peroxide is the product of many biooxidative reactions, so it is easy to link these biooxidative reactions with photodetection by introducing luminol.
For the blood that can not be observed with the naked eye at the crime scene, the luminol reagent can show an extremely percentage of blood (occult blood response).
At the same time, luminol is a solid weak acid, which has a specific bothersome effect on the eyes, skin and breathing system.
Luminol is extensively utilized in criminal investigation, bioengineering, chemical tracer as well as other fields.