Chiral Mono Boronic Acid As Fluorescent Enantioselective Sensor for Mono α-Hydroxyl Carboxylic Acids
Chi, L., Zhao, J. and James, T. D., 2008. Chiral Mono Boronic Acid As Fluorescent Enantioselective Sensor for Mono α-Hydroxyl Carboxylic Acids. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 73 (12), pp. 4684-4687.
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New mono boronic acid was found to be an enantioselective fluorescent chemosensor for mono alpha-hydroxyl carboxylic acids, such as mandelic acid and lactic acid. The chiral sensor shows lower background fluorescence, higher fluorescence enhancement, and enantioselective recognition kinetics toward mandelic acids and lactic acids.
|Creators||Chi, L., Zhao, J. and James, T. D.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
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