What happens when rhodamine B is in the presence of acid?
Posted September 30, 2021
Rhodamine B is a widely used stable fluorescent dye. By itself, it is colorless and has no detectable fluorescence. In the presence of acid, Rhodamine B transforms from its colorless form to a brightly colored, strong fluorescent dye.
A Study on the Interaction of Rhodamine B with Methylthioadenosine Phosphorylase Protein Sourced from an Antarctic Soil Metagenomic Library
Rhodamine B, hexyl ester, perchlorate