One- and two-photon absorption and emission properties of a Zn(II) chemosensor

Renato Bozio, Elio Cecchetto, Graziano Fabbrini, Camilla Ferrante, Michele Maggini, Enzo Menna, Danilo Pedron, Raffaele Riccò, Raffaella Signorini, Michele Zerbetto

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Abstract

This paper presents the synthesis and two photon-induced absorption (TPA) properties of a functionalized distyrylbenzene (DSB) 1 containing a tetra-azacyclododecane (cyclen) receptor for Zn(II). The influence of Zn(II) on one- and two-photon absorption characteristics of 1 has been investigated in dimethyl sulfoxide. The experiments show that the TPA action spectrum of uncomplexed 1, at 750 nm employing nanosecond-long excitation pulses, is 5 times more intense than that of the complexed form. This moderate contrast between the bound and unbound species confirms, however, the potential of this design scheme for the development of molecular structures with enhanced sensitivity and contrast to be used as Zn(II) sensors through TPA-induced fluorescence microscopy.

Originalspracheenglisch
Seiten (von - bis)6459-6464
Seitenumfang6
FachzeitschriftThe journal of physical chemistry (Washington, DC) / A
Jahrgang110
Ausgabenummer20
DOIs
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 25 Mai 2006
Extern publiziertJa

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Photons
photons
Fluorescence microscopy
Dimethyl Sulfoxide
Molecular structure
molecular structure
microscopy
fluorescence
sensitivity
sensors
Sensors
synthesis
pulses
excitation
Experiments

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Bozio, R., Cecchetto, E., Fabbrini, G., Ferrante, C., Maggini, M., Menna, E., ... Zerbetto, M. (2006). One- and two-photon absorption and emission properties of a Zn(II) chemosensor. The journal of physical chemistry (Washington, DC) / A, 110(20), 6459-6464. https://doi.org/10.1021/jp057582x

One- and two-photon absorption and emission properties of a Zn(II) chemosensor. / Bozio, Renato; Cecchetto, Elio; Fabbrini, Graziano; Ferrante, Camilla; Maggini, Michele; Menna, Enzo; Pedron, Danilo; Riccò, Raffaele; Signorini, Raffaella; Zerbetto, Michele.

in: The journal of physical chemistry (Washington, DC) / A, Jahrgang 110, Nr. 20, 25.05.2006, S. 6459-6464.

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Bozio, R, Cecchetto, E, Fabbrini, G, Ferrante, C, Maggini, M, Menna, E, Pedron, D, Riccò, R, Signorini, R & Zerbetto, M 2006, 'One- and two-photon absorption and emission properties of a Zn(II) chemosensor' The journal of physical chemistry (Washington, DC) / A, Jg. 110, Nr. 20, S. 6459-6464. https://doi.org/10.1021/jp057582x
Bozio, Renato ; Cecchetto, Elio ; Fabbrini, Graziano ; Ferrante, Camilla ; Maggini, Michele ; Menna, Enzo ; Pedron, Danilo ; Riccò, Raffaele ; Signorini, Raffaella ; Zerbetto, Michele. / One- and two-photon absorption and emission properties of a Zn(II) chemosensor. in: The journal of physical chemistry (Washington, DC) / A. 2006 ; Jahrgang 110, Nr. 20. S. 6459-6464.
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