Copper nanocluster-based fluorescent probe for hypochlorite View Full Text


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2015-10

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Qin Tang, Tingting Yang, Yuming Huang

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Copper nanoclusters (Cu-NCs) were fabricated by chemical reduction of Cu(II) ions using formaldehyde as the reductant and poly(vinyl pyrrolidone) as the protecting agent. The resulting Cu-NCs were characterized by TEM, FT-IR, UV–vis and XPS and fluorescence spectroscopy. The Cu-NCs display a luminescence quantum yield of about 13 %, and the emission peaks shift from 398 to 457 nm on increasing the excitation wavelength from 310 to 390 nm. The Cu-NCs possess a storage stability of at least 2 months and are stable in the presence of high concentrations of salt. Their fluorescence is strongly quenched by hypochlorite, while other common cations, anions and hydrogen peroxide have minor (or no) effects on fluorescence. On this basis, a fluorometric hypochlorite assay was developed that has a 0.1 μM detection limit and a linear range that extends from 1 to 30 μM. The method was successfully used to the determination of hypochlorite in local tap water samples, and the results agreed well with those obtained by a colorimetric method. Graphical AbstractHypochlorite ion is found to quench the fluorescence copper nanoclusters synthesized by reduction of Cu(II) ion by formaldehyde in the presence of poly(vinyl pyrrolidone) serving as protecting agent. This finding resulted in a new fluorescence assay for hypochlorite. Hypochlorite ion is found to quench the fluorescence copper nanoclusters synthesized by reduction of Cu(II) ion by formaldehyde in the presence of poly(vinyl pyrrolidone) serving as protecting agent. This finding resulted in a new fluorescence assay for hypochlorite. More... »

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