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Issue 24, 2014
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A naphthalimide based PET probe with Fe3+ selective detection ability: theoretical and experimental study

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A naphthalimide based fluorescent probe ‘1’ that operates based on photoinduced electron transfer phenomenon is synthesized and its chemosensory application is explored. Among various metal ions, 1 selectively detects Fe3+ with a detection limit of 3.0 × 10−8 M. 1 is stable at physiological pH, nontoxic under experimental conditions and suitable for the detection of Fe3+ ions present in aqueous samples and live cells.

Graphical abstract: A naphthalimide based PET probe with Fe3+ selective detection ability: theoretical and experimental study

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Submitted
20 Aug 2014
Accepted
01 Oct 2014
First published
01 Oct 2014

Analyst, 2014,139, 6352-6356
Article type
Communication
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A naphthalimide based PET probe with Fe3+ selective detection ability: theoretical and experimental study

N. R. Chereddy, M. V. Niladri Raju, P. Nagaraju, V. R. Krishnaswamy, P. S. Korrapati, P. R. Bangal and V. J. Rao, Analyst, 2014, 139, 6352
DOI: 10.1039/C4AN01528B

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