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Fluorescent chemodosimeters for fluoride ions via silicon-fluorine chemistry: 20 years of progress

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Abstract

Since the first report of an F fluorescent chemodosimeter based on Si–F chemistry, this sensing strategy will have reached two decades of progress by 2020; especially in the last ten years an explosion of the research in this field was observed. In this review, we will emphasize representative examples during different important stages in this field, provide critical commentary on the sensing performance of various developed chemodosimeters, imaging agents and nanosensors, point out the shortcomings and limitations of current systems, and give a perspective on possible future research directions after twenty years of evolvement.

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Submitted
17 Aug 2019
Accepted
06 Sep 2019
First published
06 Sep 2019

This article is Open Access

J. Mater. Chem. C, 2019,7, 11731-11746
Article type
Review Article

Fluorescent chemodosimeters for fluoride ions via silicon-fluorine chemistry: 20 years of progress

P. Chen, W. Bai and Y. Bao, J. Mater. Chem. C, 2019, 7, 11731
DOI: 10.1039/C9TC04567H

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