Lead as its own luminescent sensor.

@article{Dutta2002LeadAI,
  title={Lead as its own luminescent sensor.},
  author={Subodh K Dutta and Marc W. Perkovic},
  journal={Inorganic chemistry},
  year={2002},
  volume={41 26},
  pages={6938-40}
}
Lead (II) in polar organic solvents such as acetone, acetonitrile, and propylenecarbonate with excess bromide generates the highly luminescent lead-halide cluster Pb(4)Br(11)(3)(-). This in situ sensor does not rely on a host-guest relationship and, thus, is intrinsically selective and sensitive, allowing for the detection of lead at nanomolar… CONTINUE READING