A novel class of 2-hydroxypropyl group-linked derivatives of indole azoles was developed as potential antibacterial agents. In particular, compound 4 a showed a remarkable ability to inhibit MRSA (MIC=6 μM) and was also able to resp...
Low‐Molecular‐Weight J‐Aggregate Solid Red Emitter for Selective and Quantitative Detection of Cyanide
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A low-molecular-weight J-aggregate solid red emitter, sensor 1, with intramolecular charge transfer (ICT) characteristics was synthesized for the selective and quantitative detection of cyanide based on an ICT on-off switching mechanism.
A dimethylaniline (donor)-indanedione (acceptor) conjugate (sensor 1) with a very low molecular weight of 277 g mol−1 and intramolecular charge transfer (ICT) characteristics was synthesized. Sensor 1 shows weak ICT fluorescence in solution, but strong emission (Φ=16%) in the solid state owing to intramolecular and intermolecular C−H⋅⋅⋅O hydrogen bonds that inhibit the free rotation of the exocyclic C−C single bond. Compared to yellow emitter 1Y, which has a similar donor-acceptor structure, sensor 1 shows red fluorescence in the solid state owing to J-aggregate formation. The colorimetric and fluorometric responses of sensor 1 to cyanide in both solution and solid state are due to the nucleophilic addition of cyanide to the β-conjugated carbon of the indanedione group, which prohibits ICT. Additionally, inexpensive portable paper-based test kits based on sensor 1 were easily prepared and could be used for fast and quantitative naked-eye cyanide detection in real time.Zum Volltext
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