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Determination of Mercury Ion in Contaminated Soil by Rhodamine B Hydrazide
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 Title & Authors
Determination of Mercury Ion in Contaminated Soil by Rhodamine B Hydrazide
Kim, Kyungtae; Park, Junboum;
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 Abstract
Rhodamine B Hydrazide as a novel fluorescent and colorimetric probe exhibiting remarkably selective fluorescence enhancement toward Hg2+ ion over other 16 metal ions is herein introduced. The probe reacts with Hg2+ ion followed by its spirolactam ring-opening to give a remarkable enhancement of absorption maximum at 550 nm as well as an enhanced fluorescence intensity at 580 nm in aqueous media. Upon titration with Hg2+ ion in various concentration of 10~200 uM, we found that the probe shows a marked color change from colorless to pink, enabling naked-eye detection toward mercury ion. In addition, in the presence of Hg2+ ion, the probe gave rise to change from non-florescence to strong orange fluorescence (Off-On) with a good linearity of R2
 Keywords
Mercury detection;Fluorescence chemosensor;Soil contamination;Extraction;
 Language
Korean
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