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o,o-Difluorination of aromatic azide yields a fast-response fluorescent probe for H2S detection and for improved bioorthogonal reactions

o,o-Difluorination of aromatic azide yields a fast-response fluorescent probe for H2S detection and for improved bioorthogonal reactions
Xueying Kang, Yasi Gao, Jie Zhang, Long Yi, Zhentao Zhu, Zhiqian Wang, Zhen Xi
Based on the o,o[prime or minute]-difluorinated aromatic azide, a new fluorescent probe was developed for the fast detection of H2S and for improved copper-free click and Staudinger reactions.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/OB/~3/pnUxIt4EA4w/C7OB00830A

DOI: 2017/OB/C7OB00830A

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