Tetraphenylethylene-based AIE-active probes for sensing applications

La, D, Bhosale, S, Jones, L and Bhosale, S 2018, 'Tetraphenylethylene-based AIE-active probes for sensing applications', ACS Applied Materials and Interface, vol. 10, no. 15, pp. 12189-12216.


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Title Tetraphenylethylene-based AIE-active probes for sensing applications
Author(s) La, D
Bhosale, S
Jones, L
Bhosale, S
Year 2018
Journal name ACS Applied Materials and Interface
Volume number 10
Issue number 15
Start page 12189
End page 12216
Total pages 28
Publisher American Chemical Society
Abstract This Review provides a comprehensive analysis of recent development in the field of aggregation-induced emission (AIE)-active tetraphenylethylene (TPE) luminophores and their applications in biomolecular science. It begins with a discussion of the diverse range of structural motifs that have found particular applications in sensing, and demonstrates that TPE structures and their derivatives have been used for a diverse range of analytes such as such as H+, anions, cations, heavy metals, organic volatiles, and toxic gases. Advances are discussed in depth where TPE is utilized as a mechanoluminescent material in bioinspired receptor units with specificity for analytes for such as glucose or RNA. The rapid advances in sensor research make this summary of recent developments in AIE-active TPE luminophores timely, in order to disseminate the advantages of these materials for sensing of analytes in solution, as well as the importance of solid and aggregated states in controlling sensing behavior.
Subject Nanochemistry and Supramolecular Chemistry
DOI - identifier 10.1021/acsami.7b12320
Copyright notice © 2017 American Chemical Society
ISSN 1944-8252
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