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A Trichromatic and White-Light-Emitting MOF Composite for Multi-Dimensional and Multi-Response Ratiometric Luminescent Sensing

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First Author:Dai, Yue

Correspondence Author:Zhang, JJ; Ni, J (reprint author), Dalian Univ Technol, Chem Coll, Dalian 116024, Peoples R China.; Zhou, HJ (reprint author), Univ Arkansas, High Dens Elect Ctr, Fayetteville, AR 72701 USA.

Co-authors:Zhang, Jian-Jun,Liu, Shu-Qin,Zhou, Huajun,Sun, Ying-Ji,Pan, Yu-Zhen,Ni, Jun,Yang, Jing-Si

Date of Publication:2018-07-05

Journal:CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL

Included Journals:SCIE

Volume:24

Issue:38

Page Number:9555-9564

ISSN No.:0947-6539

Key Words:composite; dual ratiometric; luminescence; metal-organic framework; white-light-emitting

Abstract:Present here is a new dual ratiometric luminescent probe D which is a trichromatic and white-light-emitting metal-organic framework (MOF) composite facilely obtained by incorporating red/green-emitting complex modules into a blue-emitting MOF. Probe D exhibits remarkable capabilities of sensing different volatile organic solvents (VOSs) via 2D code recognition of the two VOS-dependent MOF ligand-to-module ratios of the emission-peak intensities. For specific VOSs, the resultant luminescent color changes from the starting white color are sharp enough to be visible to the naked eye. Remarkably, D can differentiate solution-phase nitroaromatics and metal ions by recording the evolution of the two ratios during titration processes, enabling an unusual 3D code recognition using the titrant amount as the third dimension for the first time. D also can be used to detect dinoseb, Fe3+ and Al3+ ions quantitatively by analysis of the ratios with detection limits as low as 0.050, 0.41, and 0.12ppm, respectively. Clearly, such a self-referencing trichromatic probe can maximize the output information and significantly enhance the detection selectivity and sensitivity via multi-dimensional sensing, and has great potentials for practical applications.

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