Benzimidazole and Benzothiazole Based Chemosensors For Biologically Important Analytes

Show simple item record Gogoi, Abhijit 2020-09-01T12:00:28Z 2020-09-01T12:00:28Z 2015
dc.identifier.other ROLL NO.10612241
dc.description Supervisor: Gopal Das en_US
dc.description.abstract This thesis reports the efforts made in the improvisations of certain benzothiazole/benzimidazle functionalized receptors towards colorimetric and/or fluorescent cation and anion sensing in biologically relevant medium. Ninhydrin functionalized benzothiazole probe L1 is an excellent Zn2+ sensor and emits in the NIR (near infrared) region without no interference from the other metal ions. A visual distinction of H2PO4- from other phosphate related anion was also achieved with the probe-Zn2+ ensemble. Such long wavelength emissive chemosensors are very important for fluorescent imaging as they can penetrate much deeper into the sample. Next benzothiazole functionalized schiff base probe L2 senses Zn2+ and Cd2+ ion in physiological medium. The metal ensembles are further found to sensitive to both H2PO4- and PPi anion. Dipodal benzothiazole Schiff base L3 also selectively sense Zn2+ ion in nanomolar level. Furthermore, PPi anion could be separated from H2PO4- with this ‘L3-Zn2+’ ensemble even in the presence of other interfering anions.Direct anion sensing is always superior to that of metal assisted anion sensing but an intriguing task in pure aqueous medium. Aggregation induced emission (AIE) phenomenon could boost the emission intensity in aqueous medium. Benzimidazole functionalized probe L4 demonstrate AIE induced PPi sensing in physiological medium with any assistance from the metal ion. In addition, apart from metal based selectivity study, such benzimidazole functionalized AIE probes could also be applied to study sensing behavior of certain H-donor molecules, such as inorganic acids, organic acids like picric acid, amino acids etc. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
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dc.subject CHEMISTRY en_US
dc.title Benzimidazole and Benzothiazole Based Chemosensors For Biologically Important Analytes en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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