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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Lin JM, Yamada M
Article Title: Chemiluminescent reaction of fluorescent organic compounds with KHSO5 using cobalt(II) as catalyst and its first application to molecular imprinting.
Publication date: 2000
Journal: Analytical Chemistry
Volume: 72
Issue: (6)
Page numbers: 1148-1155.
DOI: 10.1021/ac9911140

Abstract: The decomposition of peroxomonosulfate (HSO5-) has been investigated by chemiluminescence (CL). A weak CL was observed during mixing the HSO5- solution with the Co2+ solution in unbuffered conditions. An appropriate amount of fluorescent organic compounds (FOCs), such as dansyl amino acids and pyrene, was added to the KHSO5/Co2+ solution, a strong CL was recorded. A possible CL mechanism, based on studies of the fluorescence, CL, and UV-visible spectra and comparison of Co3+ oxidation ability with the SO4.- radical ion, was discussed. The CL from HSO5-/Co2+ is the emission of singlet oxygen produced from the catalytic decomposition of HSO5-. It was suggested that the decomposition of HSO5- in aqueous solution with Co2+ proceeds via one-electron transfer to yield SO4.- radical ion. The FOC was attacked by SO4.- radical ion and oxidized to decompose into small molecules, During this proceeding, CL emission was given out. The present CL system has been developed as a now injection analysis for FOCs. The detection limits (S/N = 3) were in the concentration range 10(-9)-10(-7) M for FOCs. Oxidation decomposition and CL emission of the analytes have been used in the molecular imprinting recognition. As an initial attempt, dansyl-L-phenylalanine was used as a template molecule and methacrylic acid and 2-vinylpyridine were used as functional monomers. The network copolymer imprinted with dansyl-L- phenylalanine exhibits an affinity for the template molecule. When the flowing streams of HSO5- and Co2+ solutions mixing through the molecularly imprinted polymer particles filled the how cell, the template molecule, dansyl-L-phenylalanine reacted with the HSO5-/Co2+ solution and CL was emitted, The dansyl-L-phenylalanine was decomposed during the CL process, and the cavities of a defined shape and an arrangement of functional groups complementary to the template in the polymer were left for the next,sample analysis

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