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A long-lived ferrocene-conjugated iridium(III) complex for sensitive turn-on luminescence detection of traces of DMSO in water and human serum

A long-lived ferrocene-conjugated iridium(III) complex for sensitive turn-on luminescence detection of traces of DMSO in water and human serum
The development of an efficient sensor for the determination of the DMSO content in aqueous solution is highly desirable in a number of chemical industries. Presented herein is a ferrocene-conjugated iridium(III) complex, which exhibits remarkable capability to detect traces of DMSO (<1% v/v) in aqueous solution through a turn-on luminescence sensing mechanism. The extraordinary sensitivity and selectivity of this newly developed complex for DMSO renders it as one of the most powerful DMSO sensors known.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0003267017307481

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