|Educational Degree||Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)|
|Subject Domain (in DDC)||Natural sciences & mathematics ♦ Physics|
|Subject Keyword||Fluoride ♦ Acetate ♦ Phosphate ♦ Chemosensors ♦ X-ray Crystallography ♦ Crystal Structure|
|Abstract||The dissertation begins with a brief introduction along with a conciseliterature survey on the coordination chemistry of anions with a bias on some selective macrobicyclic and acyclic receptors constructed for the sensing and recognition study of fluoride, acetate and phosphate. It reveals the selective UV-Vis and NIR sensingof toxic and biologically important fluoride, acetate and phosphate by a series of indoleconjugated thiourea/urea and N, N’-diacylhydrazine based sensor molecules. Itinvolves the colorimetric sensing of fluoride, acetate and phosphate by a series ofguanidinium chloride based sensor molecules. Thesis reports a series of tris-(2-aminoethyl)amine (tren) based tripodal amine receptors for the selective recognition offluoride and acetate using single crystal X-ray diffraction (solid state) and potentiometric titration (solution state) experiment. It gives an insight in to the selective binding of acetate by a series of amino acid backboned hexa-amide receptors using Isothermal Titration Calorimetric (ITC) study. Thesis deals also with the combinedsolution state (NMR and ITC study), solid state (X-ray diffraction study) and in the phaseinterface binding and extraction study of fluoride and sulphate using one newlysynthesized tren based tripodal thiourea receptor and other one is the previously reported tripodal urea receptor.|
|Education Level||UG and PG|
|Learning Resource Type||Thesis|
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