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Analytically useful blue chemiluminescence from a water-soluble iridium(iii) complex containing a tetraethylene glycol functionalised triazolylpyridine ligand

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Abstract

We examine [Ir(df-ppy)2(pt-TEG)]+ as the first highly water soluble, blue-luminescent iridium(III) complex for chemiluminescence detection. Marked differences in selectivity were observed between the new complex and the conventional [Ru(bpy)3]2+ reagent, which will enable this mode of detection to be extended to new areas of application.

Graphical abstract: Analytically useful blue chemiluminescence from a water-soluble iridium(iii) complex containing a tetraethylene glycol functionalised triazolylpyridine ligand

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Submitted
21 Jan 2016
Accepted
22 Feb 2016
First published
26 Feb 2016

This article is Open Access

Analyst, 2016,141, 2140-2144
Article type
Communication

Analytically useful blue chemiluminescence from a water-soluble iridium(III) complex containing a tetraethylene glycol functionalised triazolylpyridine ligand

Z. M. Smith, E. Kerr, E. H. Doeven, T. U. Connell, N. W. Barnett, P. S. Donnelly, S. J. Haswell and P. S. Francis, Analyst, 2016, 141, 2140
DOI: 10.1039/C6AN00141F

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