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Development of a New Dual Polarity and Viscosity Probe Based on the Foldamer Concept

By Delia Miguel (1491904), Sara P. Morcillo (1493431), Ana Martín-Lasanta (1493455), Noelia Fuentes (1590259), Lara Martínez-Fernández (1351968), Inés Corral (1269804), Maria J. Ruedas-Rama (1590256), Diego J. Cárdenas (1446469), Luis Álvarez de Cienfuegos (1493437), Angel Orte (1267629) and Juan M. Cuerva (1491919)


Small molecular probes able to act as sensors are of enormous interest thanks to their multiple applications. Here, we report on the development of a novel supramolecular dual viscosity and polarity probe based on the foldamer concept, which increases the resolution limits of traditional probes at low viscosity values (0–4 mPa·s). The applicability of this new probe has been tested with a supramolecular organogel

Topics: Medicine, Biotechnology, Sociology, Developmental Biology, Science Policy, Computational Biology, Space Science, Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified, Astronomical and Space Sciences not elsewhere classified, Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, Mathematical Sciences not elsewhere classified, foldamer concept, novel supramolecular, Foldamer ConceptSmall, resolution limits, viscosity, interest thanks, supramolecular organogel, polarity probe, Viscosity Probe
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1021/acs.orglett.5b01275.s001
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