Fluorescent organic nanoparticles of dihydropyrimidone derivatives for selective recognition of iodide using a displacement assay: application of the sensors in water and biological fluids.

@article{Kaur2015FluorescentON,
  title={Fluorescent organic nanoparticles of dihydropyrimidone derivatives for selective recognition of iodide using a displacement assay: application of the sensors in water and biological fluids.},
  author={Amanpreet Kaur and Tilak Raj and Simanpreet Kaur and Narinder Singh and Navneet Kaur},
  journal={Organic & biomolecular chemistry},
  year={2015},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={1204-12}
}
Fluorescent organic nanoparticles (FON's) derived from dihydropyrimidone derivatives (1-4) were developed and evaluated for their sensor properties. Nano-aggregates of compound 3 and 4 resulted in sensors. Nano-aggregates of compound 3 showed enhancement in the monomer peaks of the pyrene moiety after the addition of mercury. Nano-aggregates of compound 4… CONTINUE READING