By G.W. Gokel
A part of a chain which provides studies of efforts in all components of supramolecular technology, this quantity discusses numerous subject matters within the box.
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Note that the relative position of the dyad with respect to the pseudo-phase boundary can depend on whether the receptor is ion-bound or not. This means that the guest ion concentration information comes from an averaged position of the receptor. (b) An example illustrating the principles of part (a) from the aminomethyl aromatic family. The luminescence is switched "off" unless the receptor is in a region of high enough proton density. Organic polymers are attractive as matrices for the attachment of switchable luminescent devices at least partly because of their synthetic versatility.
CaE+-sensitive 6699 has the tried-and-tested features of 65 along with a new twist. The CaE+-induced conformational change alters the lumophore structure from resembling a rhodamine to a fluorescein lookalike. Not only does 66 maintain 28 A. PRASANNA DE SILVA ETAL. o / F F CO2 ~ ~ o co~ M 66 02 the ratiometric advantage for sensing purposes (Section 13), but it also switches between two lumophores beloved to biochemists. Furthermore, the ratiometry is successful in the emission mode. Some formally integrated lumophore-receptor systems can also include segregatory features.
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Advances in Supramolecular Chemistry, Volume 4 (Advances in Supramolecular Chemistry) by G.W. Gokel