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Development of Highly Selective Fluorescent Chemosensors for Fluoride Ion
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 Title & Authors
Development of Highly Selective Fluorescent Chemosensors for Fluoride Ion
Kim, Tae-Hyun; Kim, In-Ja; Yoo, Min-Ji; Swager, Timothy M.;
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 Abstract
Novel fluoride sensory systems have been successfully developed. Previously developed method of the fluoride-induced lactonization to fluorescent molecules was detailed, and newly developed fluoride-induced aromatic cyclization scheme was introduced. Based on the strategies using the specific affinity of fluoride to silicon, our systems are highly selective for fluoride ion. Incorporation of the developed sensor to a conjugated polymer has successfully enhanced its sensitivity to fluoride ion.
 Keywords
Fluoride Ion;Chemical Sensor;Fluorescence;Cyclization Reaction;Conjugated Polymer;
 Language
English
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