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A novel series of functionalized thiophenes incorporating coumarin, pyrene and naphthalene pendants were synthesized by Steglich esterification in the presence of DCC/DMAP (dicyclohexylcarbodiimide/N,N-dimethylaminopyridine) and the synthesized monomers were electrochemically deposited onto glassy c...
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Highlights: [•] B3LYP as well as FTIR were utilized to analyze thioindigo dye. [•] Vibrational assignments for thioindigo isomers were aided at B3LYP/6-311G(d,p). [•] Cis-isomer is a promising structure for optoelectronic devices as solar cells. [•] Cis-isomer has a high dipole moment (3.44 ...
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In controlled release, each patient’s body displays different pharmacokinetics for the degradation of the drug delivery system affecting the release of the bioactive compound. The proposed research aims to develop polymeric systems based on a host/guest core capable of indicating controlled releas...
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Naphthenic acids are the major organic constituents in waters impacted by oil sands. To investigate their immunotoxicity, rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) were injected with naphthenic acids extracted from aged oil sands tailings water. In two experiments, rainbow trout were injected intraperiton...
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This work describes the fluorescence enhancement of the anilinonaphthalene sulfonate probes 1,8-ANS, 2,6-ANS, and 2,6-TNS via complexation with PAMAM dendrimer hosts of Generation 4, 5 and 6. The use of this set of three very closely related probes allows for comparative binding studies, with specif...
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Azinphos-methyl (AZM) is a widely used organophosphate insecticide and acaricide, with demonstrated negative impacts on the environment. Upon absorption of UV-A radiation, this molecule undergoes photolysis to the highly fluorescent compound N-methylanthranilic acid, which undergoes subsequent photo...
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The macrocyclic ligand cyclam occurs as a 70:30 mixture of its trans-I and trans-II configurations, respectively, when included as its CuII complex inside the cavity of the macrocyclic host compound cucurbit[8]uril. This is the first report of an unsubstituted cyclam occurring in either of these two...
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Single-electron oxidation of the known Cr(II) bis(amidinate) Cr[(Me3SiN)2CPh]2 (1) provides synthetic access to neutral Cr(III) complexes. The complexes Cr[(Me3SiN)2CPh]2X were prepared by reaction of 1 with AgO2CPh (X = O2CPh, 2), of 1 with iodine in THF (X = I/THF, 3), or of 1 with iodine in penta...
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Abstract: The molecular-recognition properties of the cucurbit[6]uril analogue (1) in aqueous buffer (sodium acetate, 50 mM, pH 4.74, 25 C) toward a variety of guests including alkanediamines (6-12), aromatics (14-32), amino acids (33-36), and nucleobases (37-42) were studied by fluorescence spectro...
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Abstract: This paper describes the host properties of a new cucurbit[6]uril analogue, studied by fluorescence and 1H NMR spectroscopy. This host has an elongated cavity with oval-shaped portals. It is intrinsically fluorescent, and more importantly, this fluorescence is sensitive to guest encapsulat...
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The effect of alpha-, beta-, and gamma-cyclodextrin (CD) and their hydroxygropylated (HP) derivatives on the solubility and fluorescence of the compound curcumin has been studied. Curcumin, the main constituent of the Indian spice turmeric, is of growing interest due to its wide-ranging pharmaceutic...
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The effect of the macrocyclic host compounds cucurbit[n]urils (Qn), with n = 5 - 7, on the fluorescence of the biologically active compound curcumin has been studied. Curcumin, the main constituent of the Indian spice turmeric, is of growing interest because of its wide-ranging pharmaceutical proper...
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Intercalation compounds of pyrene and 8-anilino-1-naphthalenesulfonic acid into MoS2 have been synthesized and characterized. This was achieved by using the exfoliation/re-stacking properties of LiMoS2. The degree of intercalation was found to be dependent on the amount of guest species used, the re...
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Addition of hydroxypropyl-beta-cyclodextrin to o-phthalaldehyde (OPA)-amino acid-thiol reaction mixtures is shown to cause significant enhancement of the fluorescence of the isoindole product for a wide range of amino acids, with the largest effects observed in the cases of glycine and lysine. The l...
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The fluorescence intensity of 7- methoxycoumarin (7MC) in aqueous solution is found to significantly decrease upon addition of various cyclodextrins. This observed phenomenon is described as fluorescence suppression, to distinguish it from fluorescence reduction via bimolecular quenching. The decrea...
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Abstract: This work describes the fluorescence enhancement of the probes 2,6- and 1,8-ANS via complexation with the macrocyclic host cucurbit[7]uril (Q7). The association of these two guests with the Q7 host has been studied using fluorescence, 1H NMR spectroscopy, and molecular modeling. In the cas...
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The polarity-sensitive fluorescent dye Nile Red forms association complexes with various cyclodextrins in aqueous solution. The formation of such association complexes has a significant effect on the Nile Red fluorescence, with the largest effect being observed in gamma-cyclodextrin solution. When g...
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Various methods for the enhancement of the fluorescence of the pesticide azinphos-methyl are reported. The addition of hydroxypropyl-beta-cyclodextrin was found to moderately enhance the fluorescence by a factor of three, presumably via inclusion of the pesticide into the cyclodextrin cavity. This c...
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Abstract: Laser flash photolyses of 2-, 3-, and 4-diazoacetylpyridines 8 give the corresponding pyridylketenes 7 formed by Wolff rearrangements, as observed by time-resolved infrared spectroscopy, with ketenyl absorptions at 2127, 2125, and 2128 cm-1, respectively. Photolysis of 2-, 3-, and 4-8 in C...