A novel sensing system has been designed for
naphthalene detection based on the quenched fluorescence signal of
CdS quantum dots. The fluorescence intensity of the system reduced
significantly after adding CdS quantum dots to the water pollution
model because of the fluorescent static quenching f mechanism.
Herein, we have demonstrated the facile methodology can offer a
convenient and low analysis cost with the recovery rate as
97.43%-103.2%, which has potential application prospect.