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    The sensing activity of naphthalene containing salicyl hydrazide-based fluorescence receptor has been improved through aggregation-induced enhanced emission mechanism approach in semi-aqueous medium. The receptor has been found to be selective toward La3+ with approximately 70-fold fluorescence enhancement due to a combined effect of keto-enol tautomerism inhibition and chelation enhanced fluorescence with a detection limit of 3.91 × 10-6 M. In addition, the receptor is also able to sense CN- with a detection limit of 3.55 × 10-6 M via deprotonation effect, justifying its multiple analyte sensing behaviour. Hence, the current analytical methodology improves the sensing activity of the probe and also provides a greener alternative for La3+ and CN- detection. © 2021 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.


    Pooja Joshi, Shah Raj Ali, Rishu, Vimal K Bhardwaj. Fluorescence modulation of naphthalene containing salicyl hydrazide-based receptor through aggregation-induced emission enhancement approach: Dual detection of lanthanum and cyanide ions in semi-aqueous medium. Luminescence : the journal of biological and chemical luminescence. 2021 Jun;36(4):986-994

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