Fluorometric, water-based sensors for the detection of nerve gas G mimics DMMP, DCP and DCNP.

Abstract

Water-based Zn(II) bisterpyridine systems were used as fluorometric sensors for the detection of the nerve gas G mimics DMMP, DCP and DCNP. Analyte concentrations in the range of 10(-7) to 10(-6) M are detectable in solution. The utilization of a test stripe additionally allows the detection of organophosphonates from the gas phase.

DOI: 10.1039/c1cc15978j

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@article{Wild2012FluorometricWS, title={Fluorometric, water-based sensors for the detection of nerve gas G mimics DMMP, DCP and DCNP.}, author={Andreas Wild and Andreas Winter and Martin D. Hager and Ulrich S. Schubert}, journal={Chemical communications}, year={2012}, volume={48 7}, pages={964-6} }