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Syntheses and Ion Selectivities of Dimeric Rhodamine 6G Chemosensors
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Syntheses and Ion Selectivities of Dimeric Rhodamine 6G Chemosensors
Chang, Seung Hyun; Choi, Jin-Wook; Chung, Kwang-Bo;
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 Abstract
Novel rhodamine 6G fluorescent chemosensors 1 and 2 for the detection of transition metal cations were synthesized through the condensation of rhodamine 6G ethylenediamine with each of 2-hydroxy-1-naphthaldehyde and 2,6-pyridinedicarbaldehyde, respectively. 1 and 2 were characterized using NMR, NMR and mass spectroscopy. Fluorometric and colorimetric measurements involving various metal ions revealed the ring opening of the rhodamine 6G spirocycle framework. In the absence of metal cations, 2 was colorless and non-fluorescent, whereas the addition of metal cations ( and others) changed the color to pink, accompanied by the appearance of an orange fluorescence. The chemosensors exhibited high selectivity for over other divalent first-row transition metals. The complexes of with 1 and 2 were successfully isolated. A huge enhancement in the fluorescence for both one- and two-photon excitations makes these compounds suitable candidates to be used for fluorescent labeling of biological systems.
 Keywords
Rhodamine 6G;Fluorescent;Colorimetric;Chemosensor;Mercury;
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English
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