AbstractA novel colorimetric receptor linked to two nitrophenylurea groups was synthesized in good yields, characterized and their chromogenic properties investigated towards various anions (F−, Cl−, Br−, I−, OH−, AcO−, H2PO4− and CN−) by UV-Vis techniques. The receptor, effectively and selectively, recognized and distinguished the biologically important F− from other anions such as Cl−, Br−, I− etc. in DMSO. This selectivity could be easily observed by the naked eye, indicating that receptor is potential colorimetric sensor for fluoride ion. View Full-Text
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Aydin, F.; Dagci, E. N,N′-Bis-(4-nitrophenylcarbamothioyl)phthalamide. Molbank 2013, 2013, M809.
Aydin F, Dagci E. N,N′-Bis-(4-nitrophenylcarbamothioyl)phthalamide. Molbank. 2013; 2013(4):M809.Chicago/Turabian Style
Aydin, Fatma; Dagci, Erdogan. 2013. "N,N′-Bis-(4-nitrophenylcarbamothioyl)phthalamide." Molbank 2013, no. 4: M809.
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