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Frontispiece: Rigidly Tethered Bis-phosphoric Acids: Generation of Tunable Chiral Fluorescent Frameworks and Unexpected Selectivity for the Detection of Ferric Ions

Frontispiece: Rigidly Tethered Bis-phosphoric Acids: Generation of Tunable Chiral Fluorescent Frameworks and Unexpected Selectivity for the Detection of Ferric Ions
Raja Mitra, Linda Stegemann, Frescilia Octa-Smolin, Cristian Strassert, Constantin G. Daniliuc, Jochen Niemeyer, Maike Thiele
Rigidly tethered bis-phosphoric acids can be applied for the chemoselective detection of ferric ions (Fe3+). The fluorescent and chiral nature of the 1,1′-binaphthyl-based sensors allows for a detection of ferric ions by both fluorescence- and CD-spectroscopy. In the Frontispiece artwork, the “Zeche Zollverein” as a symbol for the formerly strong coal and iron industry in Essen (Germany) connects the local setting of this work with its focus on iron-sensing. Copyright for the background-picture: © Thomas Wolf, www.foto-tw.de (CC BY-SA 3.0 DE). For more details see the Full Paper by J. Niemeyer et al. on page 10058 ff.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201784263

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