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Solid fluorescence sensors obtained by functionalization of photocrosslinked water-swollen acrylic membranes with 4-piperazine naphthalimide derivatives

AuthorsFernández-Alonso, S.; Corrales, Teresa ; Pablos, J. L.; Catalina, Fernando
KeywordsMembrane functionalization
Naphthalimide fluorescence probe
Issue Date2017
CitationPolymer 124: 139-150 (2017)
AbstractA photocrosslinked membrane (M-Cl) based on vinyl-pyrrolidone/butyl acrylate containing ethylene glycol dimethacrylate as a crosslinking agent and methacryloyl chloride as reactive monomer has been prepared for further functionalization. A series of hydroxy substituted piperazine naphthalimide compounds have been synthetized as pH sensitive Off-On fluorescence probes using two methods: microwave and reflux. Three of the derivatives were selected to be anchored to the M-Cl membrane through the acid chloride groups by the Schotten-Baumann reaction. All the obtained water-swollen membranes were characterized using different techniques. Photo-induced electron transfer (PET) and its pH-dependent optical changes were investigated and various photochemical parameters were determined by using pH-dependent absorption and fluorescence spectroscopies. In the pH range of 9.0–4.0, these solid sensors undergo PET process from the piperazine to the naphthalimide moiety leading to a fluorescence quenching. However, in the pH range of 4.0–1.0, the PET is inhibited to give a fluorescence enhancement. The sensitivity of the functionalized membranes to pH changes depended on the size and position of the naphthalimide substituents.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.polymer.2017.07.039
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/j.polymer.2017.07.039
issn: 0032-3861
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