A "turn on" fluorescence-based probe for sensing H2S in water via a coordinative-based approach has been successfully devised. The probe can selectively detect H2S in aqueous solutions over other anions, biothiols, and common oxidants such as H2O2. 1H NMR spectroscopy and ESI-MS experiments provide evidence that the turn-on response in the presence of H2S is due to binding of the target anion to the copper center.

A copper porphyrin for sensing H2S in aqueous solution via a "coordinative-based" approach

MIRRA, SILVIA;MILIONE, Stefano;STRIANESE, MARIA;PELLECCHIA, Claudio
2015-01-01

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A "turn on" fluorescence-based probe for sensing H2S in water via a coordinative-based approach has been successfully devised. The probe can selectively detect H2S in aqueous solutions over other anions, biothiols, and common oxidants such as H2O2. 1H NMR spectroscopy and ESI-MS experiments provide evidence that the turn-on response in the presence of H2S is due to binding of the target anion to the copper center.
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