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Byphenyl [email protected]2 Composite: Synthesis and Evaluation of a New Chemosensor System for the Detection of Cu2+

IQAL (UNL-CONICET), Laboratorio Fester—QUÍMICA ORGANICA (FIQ), Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Santa Fe 3000, Argentina
Facultad Regional San Francisco, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, 2400 San Francisco, Córdoba, Argentina
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Presented at the 22nd International Electronic Conference on Synthetic Organic Chemistry, 15 November– 15 December 2018; Available Online:
Proceedings 2019, 9(1), 39;
Published: 14 November 2018
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In the present work a byphenyl hydrazone/SiO2 composite was synthetized by a simple procedure. First, the mesoporous SiO2 and the byphenyl hydrazone ligand were prepared. To prepare the composite, the mesoporous silica and the ligand were dispersed in ethanol/water by a microwave assisted process. Then, the composite was characterized by different techniques to evaluate its chemosensor properties. The physicochemical characterization of the composite confirmed the selectivity and sensitive capacity to detect Cu+2 ions.
Keywords: chemosensor; composite; Cu2+ ion chemosensor; composite; Cu2+ ion
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Guntero, V.A.; Ormachea, C.M.; Mancini, P.M.E.; Ferretti, C.A.; Kneeteman, M.N. Byphenyl [email protected]2 Composite: Synthesis and Evaluation of a New Chemosensor System for the Detection of Cu2+. Proceedings 2019, 9, 39.

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