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|Title:||A sodium-enabled ‘Pourbaix sensor’: a three-input and logic gate as a ‘lab-on-a-molecule’ for monitoring Na+, pH and pE|
|Authors:||Magri, David C.|
Camilleri Fava, Matthew
Mallia, Carl J.
|Publisher:||The Royal Society of Chemistry|
|Citation:||Magri, D. C., Fava, M. C., & Mallia, C. J. (2014). A sodium-enabled ‘Pourbaix sensor’: a three-input AND logic gate as a ‘lab-on-a-molecule’for monitoring Na+, pH and pE. Chemical Communications, 50(8), 1009-1011.|
|Abstract:||A novel supramolecular three-input AND logic gate is demonstrated as a ‘lab-on-a-molecule’ for monitoring the Na+, pH and pE levels in solution by communicating a fluorescence signal. The fluorescence signal is modulated by three photoinduced electron transfer reactions that are controlled by an unprecedented combination of two cation binding events and one redox reaction.|
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