A ditopic fluorescent sensor for potassium fluoride
Koskela, S. J. M., Fyles, T. M. and James, T. D., 2005. A ditopic fluorescent sensor for potassium fluoride. Chemical Communications, 7, pp. 945-947.
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The addition of potassium fluoride 'switches on' the fluorescence of sensors 1 and 2 while potassium chloride and bromide cause no fluorescence change; the fluorescence can be 'switched off' by removing the potassium cation from the benzocrown ether receptors of sensors 1 and 2 through the addition of [2.2.2]-cryptand and restored by the addition of the potassium cation as potassium chloride.
|Creators||Koskela, S. J. M., Fyles, T. M. and James, T. D.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
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