High-Temperature Fluorescence of Low- and High Concentration Aqueous ATP Solutions
Keywords:high-temperature fluorescence, adenosine triphosphate, aqueous solution, excimer
The results of experimental studies of the luminescence of an aqueous solution of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) at room temperature are presented. High-temperature fluorescence of low- and high-concentrated solutions is experimentally detected. The shape of the fluorescence spectrum, the lifetime of excitations, and the temperature-based behavior of the emission intensity indicate the formation of rather stable dimer-like complexes in a high-concentration solution, which can form excimer states.
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