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Herein, we report on a new 19 F MRI probe for the detection and imaging of H2O2. Our designed 2-fluorophenylboronic acid-based 19 F probe promptly reacted with H2O2 to produce 2-fluorophenol via boronic acid oxidation. The accompanying 19 F chemical-shift change reached 31 ppm under our experimental conditions. Such a large chemical-shift change allowed for the imaging of H2O2 by 19 F chemical-shift-selective MRI.doi:10.2116/analsci.31.331 pmid:25864678 fatcat:kmka7cwyuvcgnk6j22g2cx3clq