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Fluorescent dyad for cooperative recognition of copper cation and halogen anion

Y. Yu, N. Bogliotti, S. Maisonneuve, J. Tang and J. Xie Tetrahedron Lett., 2013, 54, 1877-1883

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Tetrahedron Lett., 2013, 54, 1877-1883

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Y. Yu, N. Bogliotti, S. Maisonneuve, J. Tang and J. Xie

TMS-ethynyl triazolyl benzothiadiazole (BTD) derivatives have been successfully synthesized by mono deprotection of di-TMS-ethynyl BTD followed by click chemistry. The fluorescence intensity of TMS-ethynyl triazolyl BTD–DCM dyad 8, as well as triazolyl BTD 3, and the DCM derivative 7 could be selectively quenched by Cu2+, but almost not affected by different tested anions. Interestingly, the fluorescence emission of DCM-based fluorophores 7 and 8 was highly sensitive to a combination of Cu2+, F−, or Br− in a sequence dependent manner. With the dyad 8, the detection limit as low as 0.13 ppb could be attained for F− in MeCN. The Cu2+-promoted aerobic oxidative dimerization of DCM moiety to tetrahydrofuran derivatives has also been demonstrated for the first time.




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Paru le 4 février 2013
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doi 10.1016/j.tetlet.2013.01.119

 

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