fluorimetric chemosensors combined with familiar cspt

  • fluorimetric chemosensors combined with familiar cspt devices

    Fluorimetric Chemosensors Combined with Familiar CSPT Devices

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  • (pdf) fluorimetric chemosensors combined with familiar cspt

    (PDF) Fluorimetric Chemosensors Combined with Familiar CSPT

    Fluorimetric Chemosensors Combined with Familiar CSPT Devices for the Selective Detection of Mercury(II) Ions Z. Cao 1,2 , L. Lvova 1 , C. Di Natale 3 , I. Lundström 4 , R. Paolesse 1 , A. Garau

  • fluorimetric chemosensors combined with familiar cspt devices

    Fluorimetric Chemosensors Combined with Familiar CSPT Devices

    Fluorimetric Chemosensors Combined with Familiar CSPT Devices for the Selective Detection of Mercury(II) Ions Z. Cao 1,2 , L. Lvova 1 , C. Di Natale 3 , I. Lundström 4 , R. Paolesse 1 , A. Garau 5 , and V. Lippolis 5

  • cspt 2014 presentazione mariotti&maffia | request pdf

    CSPT 2014 Presentazione Mariotti&Maffia | Request PDF

    Fluorimetric and Computer Screen Photoassisted Technique (CSPT) studies on the binding properties of three coumarin pendant arm derivatives of mixed aza-thioether macrocyclic ligands (L1-L3

  • procedia engineering | 26th european conference on solid

    Procedia Engineering | 26th European Conference on Solid

    select article Fluorimetric Chemosensors Combined with Familiar CSPT Devices for the Selective Detection of Mercury(II) Ions Fluorimetric Chemosensors Combined

  • optical sensors cross-sensitivity amendment: the case study

    Optical sensors cross-sensitivity amendment: The case study

    Fluorimetric Chemosensors Combined with Familiar CSPT Devices for the Selective Detection of Mercury(II) Ions that CSPT uses a globally distributed and familiar infrastructure as

  • oligopyrrole macrocycles: receptors and chemosensors

    Oligopyrrole Macrocycles: Receptors and Chemosensors

    Recently, these systems have attracted interest as receptors and chemosensors for hazardous materials, including harmful anionic species, high-valent actinide cations, and nitroaromatic explosives. These versatile molecular receptors have been used to develop rudimentary colorimetric and fluorimetric assays for hazardous materials.

  • massimo sgarzi - bologna, emilia-romagna, italia | profilo

    Massimo Sgarzi - Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italia | Profilo

    Fluorimetric studies on optodes sensitivity towards a... A systematic study of a series of diaza-18-crown-6 8-hydroxyquinoline (DCHQ) chemosensors, devoted to Mg(II) ion detection, was performed.

  • nanomaterials in analytical chemistry | analytical chemistry

    Nanomaterials in Analytical Chemistry | Analytical Chemistry

    β-Cyclodextrin decorated nanocellulose: a smart approach towards the selective fluorimetric determination of danofloxacin in milk samples. The Analyst 2015, 140 (10) , 3431-3438. DOI: 10.1039/C4AN01967A.

  • frontiers | a fluorescent sensor array based on heteroatomic

    Frontiers | A Fluorescent Sensor Array Based on Heteroatomic

    The development of a novel all-solid-state optical sensor array based on heteroatomic macrocyclic fluorophores (diaza-crown ether, metallocorrole and pyridinophans) for the photographic analysis of liquid media, is presented. The sensitivity of the new optical system toward a number of different species (cations: Li+, K+, Na+, NH4+, Mg2+, Ca2+, Co2+, Cu2+, Zn2+, Cd2+, Pb2+ and anions: NO2

  • oligopyrrole macrocycles: receptors and chemosensors

    Oligopyrrole Macrocycles: Receptors and Chemosensors

    Oligopyrrole Macrocycles: Receptors and Chemosensors for Potentially Hazardous Materials Oligopyrrole Macrocycles: Receptors and Chemosensors for Potentially Hazardous Materials Rambo, Brett M.; Sessler, Jonathan L. 2013-02-26 00:00:00 Introduction Oligopyrrolic species have grown in popularity since they became recognized targets for synthesis early in the 20th century. 1 This diverse class

  • us20020048822a1 - marking of products with electroactive

    US20020048822A1 - Marking of products with electroactive

    In general, the invention features a method of marking a product for identification in which a marker, composed of an electroactive compound, is added to the product and subsequently measured using an electrochemical detector.