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Traditional hydrogen bonding donors controlled colorimetric selective anion sensing in tripodal receptors: First-naked-eye detection of cyanide by a tripodal receptor via fluoride displacement assay.

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Summary of "Traditional hydrogen bonding donors controlled colorimetric selective anion sensing in tripodal receptors: First-naked-eye detection of cyanide by a tripodal receptor via fluoride displacement assay."

Here in we report tris (3-aminopropyl) amine based tripodal receptors L, L and L which were functionalized with 4-nitrophenyl moieties having thio-urea, amide and sulfonamide as hydrogen bonding moieties respectively, shows a strong selectivity towards cyanide. A competitive colorimetric assay with L in the presence of fluoride ion suggests that the cyanide ion is much capable of displacing the bound fluoride, showing a sharp distinguishable color change. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first example of a naked-eye detection of cyanide via fluoride displacement assay by a tripodal receptor and such a displacement phenomenon is not observes in the cases of L and L, instead the receptor L binds nitrate and cyanide; L binds dihydrogen phosphate and cyanide. Using this assay, we have proposed an AND logic gate using L·F and CN.

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Name: Spectrochimica acta. Part A, Molecular and biomolecular spectroscopy
ISSN: 1873-3557
Pages: 117238

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