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Bicyclic receptors bearing anthracene as a strap were designed for selective oxalate binding in a buffered aqueous solution. The receptors were found to possess two mechanisms of fluorescence response depending on the pH of a buffered solution. Receptor 2 binds oxalate at pH 6.2 showing a 10-fold fluorescence enhancement and a two orders of magnitude… (More)
Design of PET probes for anions working in an aqueous buffered solution is described. The design has been used to develop selective fluorescent probes for sulfate and pyrophosphate. The relationship between the selectivity of receptors towards anions, their conformation, fluorescence response and the pH of the solution has been studied in detail.