Sol gel-immobilised terbium complexes for luminescent sensing of dissolved oxygen by analysis of emission decay
Blair, S.; Kataky, R.; Parker, D.
Professor Ritu Kataky firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor David Parker email@example.com
Cationic terbium complexes bearing an N-methylphenanthridinium chromophore have been incorporated in sol gel thin films and their response characteristics analysed with respect to variations in dissolved oxygen concentration. Analysis of the emission lifetime decay curves (547nm) has allowed a linear calibration model to be defined over an oxygen concentration range from zero to 0.5 mM (H2O, 295 K).
Blair, S., Kataky, R., & Parker, D. (2002). Sol gel-immobilised terbium complexes for luminescent sensing of dissolved oxygen by analysis of emission decay. New Journal of Chemistry, 26(5), 530-535
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Journal||New Journal of Chemistry|
|Publisher||Royal Society of Chemistry|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|