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Title: Quinoline Appended Pillar[5]arene (Qpa) as Fe3+ Sensor and Complex of Fe3+ (Feqpa) as a Selective Sensor for F-, Arginine and Lysine in the Aqueous Medium.
Authors: R, Joseph
A, Asok
K, Joseph
Keywords: Amino acid detection
Fe(3+) sensor
Fluoride sensor
Issue Date: 16-Jul-2019
Publisher: ScienceDirect
Citation: Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy; 224:117390
Abstract: A quinoline functionalized pillar[5]arene, QPA has been prepared and its interaction with biologically relevant ions and molecules in aqueous solution has been demonstrated. The sensor molecule, QPA has shown selectivity towards Fe3+ among eleven metal ions studied. The Fe3+ complex of QPA (FeQPA) selectively interacts with F– among halides by ~4 fold fluorescence enhancement. Further, FeQPA has shown selectivity towards arginine and lysine among twenty naturally occurring amino acids. The binding of QPA with Fe3+ has been confirmed by MALDI-TOF and 1H NMR titrations.
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