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Boron based anion receptors as sensors.

Chemical Society reviews (2010-09-08)
Ewan Galbraith, Tony D James
ABSTRACT

This critical review will explore some of the recent research into the use of boron based anion receptors and focus on those receptors that have been designed to transduce the binding event into a measurable output signal. In particular the review will concentrate on optical chemosensors, where the signal produced is in the form of a colour or fluorescence change (116 references).

MATERIALS
Product Number
Brand
Product Description

Sigma-Aldrich
Boron, crystalline, 1 cm, 99.7% trace metals basis
Sigma-Aldrich
Boron, ≥95% (boron), amorphous powder
Sigma-Aldrich
Boron, crystalline, −60 mesh, 99% trace metals basis
Boron, microfoil, disks, 25mm, thinness 0.1μm, specific density 23.5μg/cm2, permanent mylar 3.5μm support, 99.6%
Boron, monofilament, 10m, diameter 0.1mm
Boron, monofilament, 100m, diameter 0.1mm
Boron, monofilament, 5m, diameter 0.1mm
Boron, monofilament, 20m, diameter 0.1mm
Boron, microfoil, disks, 10mm, thinness 0.1μm, specific density 23.5μg/cm2, permanent mylar 3.5μm support, 99.6%
Boron, monofilament, 50m, diameter 0.1mm
Boron, monofilament, 200m, diameter 0.1mm
Boron, monofilament, 5m, diameter 0.2mm
Boron, monofilament, 20m, diameter 0.2mm
Boron, monofilament, 10m, diameter 0.2mm
Boron, monofilament, 50m, diameter 0.2mm