Rational design of a chromo- and fluorogenic hybrid chemosensor material for the detection of long-chain carboxylates.

@article{Descalzo2005RationalDO,
  title={Rational design of a chromo- and fluorogenic hybrid chemosensor material for the detection of long-chain carboxylates.},
  author={Ana B. Descalzo and Knut Rurack and Hardy Weisshoff and Ram{\'o}n Mart{\'i}nez-M{\'a}{\~n}ez and M Dolores Marcos and Pedro Amor{\'o}s and Katrin Hoffmann and Juan Soto},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2005},
  volume={127 1},
  pages={184-200}
}
A strategy for the rational design of a new optical sensor material for the selective recognition of long-chain carboxylates in water is presented. The approach relies on the combination of structure-property relationships to single out the optimal molecular sensor unit and the tuning of the sensing characteristics of an inorganic support material. A spacer-substituted 7-urea-phenoxazin-3-one was employed as the signaling moiety and a mesoporous trimethylsilylated UVM-7 (MCM-41 type) material… CONTINUE READING

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