Artificial Receptors for Chemical Sensors by Vladimir M. Mirsky, Anatoly Yatsimirsky

By Vladimir M. Mirsky, Anatoly Yatsimirsky

The 1st to supply systematically equipped info on all 3 very important facets of synthetic receptor layout, this ebook brings jointly wisdom on an extremely sizzling and multidisciplinary box of analysis. powerful emphasis is put on the technique for locating synthetic receptors, with either definitions for chemosensitivity in addition to experimental setups provided. There follows assurance of various periods of synthetic receptors, together with synthesis, immobilization on surfaces, and quantitative facts on houses. The 3rd a part of the booklet makes a speciality of receptor arrays for man made nostril and tongue functions and the entire is rounded off with an outlook and an appendix with all correct quantitative information on synthetic receptors.

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Therefore, electrostatic forces rule the stabilities of these complexes with electron-deficient neutral and cationic substrates [71]. Phosphonate appended dianionic tweezers can be used for the selective binding of lysine and arginine in water, with enhanced cation–p interactions [72]. 19 Selectivity of the tweezer host for N/C-protected amino acids; Ka values in buffered aqueous solution. Reprinted with permission from Reference [72]. Copyright 2005 The American Chemical Society. 10 Multifunctional Receptors for Recognition of Complex Target Molecules operate simultaneously.

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For simple 1: 1 complexation of metal ions (Lewis acids, A) with monodentate ligands (Lewis bases, B) the binding constants K1 in water can be successfully predicted with Eq. 12) is a quantitative expression of the HSAB (hard-soft acid-base) principle. The ratio E/C, called “ionicity,” is close to Pearson’s hardness parameter, where C stands for the soft-soft combination. 1 provides numerical values of parameters for some of the most common cations and ligands. Ligands employed in practice for recognition of metal ions are polydentate.

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