Organic Material Based Fluorescent Sensor for Hg2+: A Brief Review on Recent Development View Full Text


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2017-02-14

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Muhammad Saleem , Muhammad Rafiq , Muhammad Hanif

ABSTRACT

Due to the deleterious effects of mercury on human health and natural ecosystems, high reactivity, non-degradability, extreme volatility and relative water and tissue solubility, it would consider as one of the most toxic environmental pollutants among the transition metals. In the present investigation, we have tried to summarized the several organic material based fluorescent sensor including rhodamine, boron-dipyrromethene (BODIPYs), thiourea, crown-ether, coumarine, squaraines, pyrene, imidazole, triazole, anthracene, dansyl, naphthalenedimide/naphthalene/naphthalimide, naphthyridine, iridium (III) complexes, polymeric materials, cyclodextrin, phthalic anhydride, indole, calix[4]arene, chromenone, 1,8-naphthalimides, lysine, styrylindolium, phenothiazine, thiocarbonyl quinacridone, oxadiazole, triphenylamine–triazines, tetraphenylethene, peptidyl and semicarbazone for the trace mercury detection in the aqueous, aqueous–organic and cellular media. The present review provides a brief look over the previous development in the organic material based fluorescent sensor for mercuric ion detection. Furthermore, the ligand-metal binding stoichiometry, binding/association/dissociation constants and the detection limit by the receptors have been particularly highlighted which might be useful for the future design and development of more sensitive and robust fluorescent chemosensor/chemodosimeter for the mercuric ion detection. More... »

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