Authors: Mohr GJ
Covalent bond formation as an analytical tool to optically detect neutral and anionic analytes.
Publication date: 2005
Journal: Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical
Alternative URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6THH-4DTTG4N-2/2/163a25b6b26293de8d171f5385576db2
Abstract: The article gives an overview on new indicator dyes that recognize analyte molecules via chemical reactions. Chemosensor molecules for neutral analytes such as amines, alcohols, aldehydes, carbon dioxide, saccharides, thiols and for ionic analytes such as hydrogen sulfite, hydrogen sulfide, cyanide, or amino acids are presented. Their possible application for optical sensing is discussed as well are response mechanism, selectivity and sensitivity
Template and target information: Review - optical detection by covalent modification
Author keywords: chromoreactand, Fluororeactand, chemosensor, biomolecules, anions, Indicator Chemistry, Optical sensor, Optical probe, Chemodosimeter
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