A Micelle-Based Chemosensing Ensemble for the Fluorimetric Detection of Chloride in Water
Caught in a trap! Fluorimetric chloride sensing in water is achieved by exploiting the changes in partition constant of a receptor complex in its bound and nonbound states. In the presence of chloride, the complex preferentially resides in the micelle pseudo phase, where its contact with a fluorescent dye results in pronounced quenching effects.
Keywords: analytical methods ; chemosensors ; fluorescence ; micelles ; rhodium ; Indicator-Displacement Assays ; Anion Recognition ; Aqueous-Solution ; Quenching Mechanism ; Complexes ; Luminescent ; Acid ; Receptors ; Pyranine ; Binding
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