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Consider the luminol (5-amino-2,3-dihydro-1,4-phthalazinedione) chemiluminescent reaction (R = NH2) shown in Scheme 1. This chemiluminescent reaction is generally carried out in alkaline solutions by the addition of hydrogen peroxide in the presence of an ion such as Fe2+, which generates hydroxyl radical. The mechanism is complicated and leads to destruction of the luminol starting material, with the emitter, the excited phthalate, completely different than the starting material. One can generate chemiluminescence in an electrochemical cell, for example by generating peroxide by the reduction of oxygen or oxidizing luminol [6,7].

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