Structure and Spectra of Di-3-ANEPPDHQ
- Absorbance, emission peaks in multilamellar lipid vesicles (MLVs) shown above: 474 nm, 614 nm.
- Absorbance, emission peaks in ethanol: 519 nm, 733 nm.
- Recommended excitation range: 510-530 nm (click here for more on how to choose the wavelength).
- MW: 637.5 g/mol
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