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A fluorescence 'turn-on' chemodosimeter for the specific detection of Pd2+ by a rhodamine appended Schiff base and its application in live cell imaging

A fluorescence 'turn-on' chemodosimeter for the specific detection of Pd2+ by a rhodamine appended Schiff base and its application in live cell imaging
Chittaranjan Sinha, Snehasis Mishra, Anup Kumar Bhanja, Krishna Das Saha
Allylether-Rhodamine selectively invites Pd2+ from mixture of other cations and Pd(0) in H2O-MeCN medium and exhibits maroon emission due to C(allyl)-O bond cleavage and opening of spirolactam ring. The LOD is 50 nM at pH 7. Imaging Pd2+ species in living cells under physiological conditions is achieved.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/DT/~3/HJfKw6d84FI/C7DT01288H

DOI: 2017/DT/C7DT01288H

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