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DFO

1,8-diazafluoren-9-one

Main Uses: Latent and Bloodmarks on semi-Porous and Porous surfaces
 
DFO is a reagent that (like ninhydrin) reacts with the amino acids present in fingerprints. The areas of application are the same: porous surfaces like paper, unpainted wood and the like.
A fingerprint developed with DFO is less visible in white light than after treatment with ninhydrin but with green light (about 530 nm), it fluoresces strongly. The fluorescence is viewed and photographed through orange or red filter (goggles).

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DFO, chemical
B-79500
DFO, 1 g in in brown glass bottle
 
B-79510
DFO, 10 g in in brown glass bottle
 
B-79600
DFO, 5 g in in brown glass bottle
 
B-79525
DFO, 25 g in in brown glass bottle
 
B-79551
DFO, 50 g in in brown glass bottle
 
DFO ready for use
B-799000
DFO set PE based for 1 ltr
 
B-799500
DFO set HFE based for 1 ltr
 


Name(s): DFO, 1,8-diazafluoren-9-one, 9H-Cyclopenta[1,2-b;4,3-b']dipyridin-9-one
CAS-No.: 54078-29-4
Yellow crystals