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  • Application
    US 10/158858 2002-06-03
  • Publication
    US 20030228701 2003-12-11
  • Granted
    US 6998271 2006-02-14
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granted patent: Luminescent Sensory Material For Organic-Halogen Compounds, And Methods And Apparatus Utilizing Such

TitleLuminescent Sensory Material For Organic-Halogen Compounds, And Methods And Apparatus Utilizing Such
Granted PatentUS 6998271
Granted Date2006-02-14
Priority Date2002-06-03 US 10/158858
Inventors
Issue Date2006
Citation
US Patent 6998271. Washington, DC: US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), 2006 How to Cite?
AbstractA Luminescent Sensory Material For The Detection Of The Presence Of Organo-Halogen Compounds Is Described. This Material Is Based On A Platinum Chromophore Functionalized With Pyridylacetylide Ligands, As Shown In Formulae I And Ii Below. These Complexes Exhibit Positive Luminescence Upon Exposure To The Vapors Of Organ-Halogen Compounds Like Ch2cl2 Or Chcl3 With High Selectivity Over Non-Chlorinated Common Organic Vapors. Direct Relationships Between Vapor Concentration And Luminescence Intensity Are Established Using Thin Films Prepared From These Complexes. Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/45713
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