Synthesis photophysical studies of some furfurylnitrones: high-ly selective chemosensors for Zn2+ and DFT studies

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    New aldonitrones(1-4) were synthesized and characterized by UV-vis, fluorescence, FT-IR, 1H and 13C NMR spectral analyses. The absorption and fluorescence sensing spectra of the compounds were precise in different polarity of solvent. The solvent polarity parameters have been used to propose a quantitative approach towards the reliable stability of the electronic ground and excited state species. Photochemical behaviors of the compounds were analyzed by applying multi-linear correlation methods. The characterized compounds 1-4 show a chemosensing detection of zinc ion in aqueous solution. Besides, the fluorescence spectroscopic responses were reversible when the Zn2+chelating reagentEDTANa2.The phenomenon proves that these compounds to show a sensitivity “on-off” sensor for Zn2+.Further, to recognize the molecular structure, electronic and optical properties and DFT calculations of the molecules were formed.

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    Aldonitrones; Solvaotochromic Absorption; Zn2+ Sensor; DFT.

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Article ID: 8896
DOI: 10.14419/ijac.v6i1.8896

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