An ESIPT-Based Fluorescent Probe for Hydrazine Detection in Aqueous Solution and its Application in Living Cells

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A new fluorescent probe based on “protection–deprotection” sequence and the excited-state intramolecular proton transfer (ESIPT) effect was designed and synthesized. The probe responds rapidly and high selectively toward hydrazine at room temperature, and exhibits a low detection limit of 0.016 μM (0.512 ppb), which is well below the safety level (10 ppb… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10895-016-1997-7

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@article{Ju2016AnEF, title={An ESIPT-Based Fluorescent Probe for Hydrazine Detection in Aqueous Solution and its Application in Living Cells}, author={Zhiyu Ju and Dapeng Li and Di Zhang and Dandan Li and Changzeng Wu and Zhihong Xu}, journal={Journal of Fluorescence}, year={2016}, volume={27}, pages={679-687} }