Bay Functionalized Perylenediimide with Pyridine Positional Isomers: NIR Absorption and Selective Colorimetric/Fluorescent Sensing of Fe3+ and Al3+ Ions

@article{Kundu2016BayFP,
  title={Bay Functionalized Perylenediimide with Pyridine Positional Isomers: NIR Absorption and Selective Colorimetric/Fluorescent Sensing of Fe3+ and Al3+ Ions},
  author={A. Kundu and J. Pitchaimani and Vedichi Madhu and P. Sakthivel and Ramasamy Ganesamoorthy and S. P. Anthony},
  journal={Journal of Fluorescence},
  year={2016},
  volume={27},
  pages={491-500}
}
Bay functionalized perylene diimide substituted with pyridine isomers, (2-pyridine (2HMP-PDI), 3-pyridine (3-HMP-PDI) and 4-pyridine (4-HMP-PDI)) have been synthesized and explored for selective coloro/fluorimetric sensing of heavy transition metal ions. HMP-PDIs showed strong NIR absorption (760–765 nm) in DMF. The absorption and fluorescence of HMP-PDIs have been tuned by make use of pyridine isomers. Reddish-orange color was observed for 2-HMP-PDI (λmax = 437, 551, 765 nm) whereas 4-HMP-PDI… Expand
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