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Iron(iii) selective molecular and supramolecular fluorescent probes

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Abstract

Iron is one of the most important elements in metabolic processes, being indispensable for all living systems and therefore it is extensively distributed in environmental and biological materials. However, both its deficiency and excess from the normal permissible limit can induce serious disorders. Therefore, several analytical techniques have been adopted for the detection of iron. Among the various techniques used for its detection, the method based on fluorescent sensors has received considerable interest in recent years because of its ability to provide online monitoring of very low concentrations without any pre-treatment of the sample together with the advantages of spatial and temporal resolution. In this article, efforts have been made to review the various molecular and supramolecular fluorescent sensors that have been developed for the selective detection of iron(III).

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The article was received on 21 Apr 2012 and first published on 13 Aug 2012


Article type: Critical Review
DOI: 10.1039/C2CS35152H
Chem. Soc. Rev., 2012,41, 7195-7227

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    Iron(III) selective molecular and supramolecular fluorescent probes

    S. K. Sahoo, D. Sharma, R. K. Bera, G. Crisponi and J. F. Callan, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2012, 41, 7195
    DOI: 10.1039/C2CS35152H

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