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Title: Triazole-Linked Anthracenyl-Appended Calix[4]arene Conjugate As Receptor for Co(II): Synthesis, Spectroscopy, Microscopy, and Computational Studies
Authors: MUMMIDIVARAPU, VVS
HINGE, VK
TABBASUM, K
GONNADE, RG
RAO, CP
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: AMER CHEMICAL SOC
Citation: JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 78(8)3570-3576
Abstract: A new triazole-linked anthracenyl-appended calix[4]arene-1,3-diconjugate (L) has been synthesized and characterized, and its single crystal XRD structure has been established. Binding properties of L toward different biologically relevant metal ions have been studied by fluorescence and absorption spectroscopy in ethanol. L exhibits selective recognition of Co2+ and can detect down to a concentration of 55 ppb (0.92 mu M). The roles of the calix[4]arene platform as well as the preorganized binding core in L's selective recognition have been demonstrated by studying appropriate control molecules. The mode of binding of L with Co2+ has been modeled both by DFT and MD computational calculations. L and its Co2+ complex could be differentiated on the basis of the nanostructural features observed in AFM and TEM.
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jo400038x
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