Sulfonamide-imines as selective fluorescent chemosensors for the fluoride anion.

@article{Lpez2010SulfonamideiminesAS,
  title={Sulfonamide-imines as selective fluorescent chemosensors for the fluoride anion.},
  author={Miguel V{\'a}zquez L{\'o}pez and Manuel R. Bermejo and M. Eugenio V{\'a}zquez and Angelo Taglietti and Guillermo Zaragoza and Rosa Pedrido and Miguel Mart{\'i}nez‐Calvo},
  journal={Organic \& biomolecular chemistry},
  year={2010},
  volume={8 2},
  pages={
          357-62
        }
}
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