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Glycoconjugated porphyrin dimers as robust ratiometric temperature sensors

Abstract : We report the properties of glycoconjugated porphyrin dimers behaving as highly sensitive ratiometric temperature sensors in water. This effect results from interactions between carbohydrate and water altering molecular relaxation kinetics leading to temperature sensitive dual emission. These dimers are robust ratiometric fluorescent probes over a large temperature window (20-90 °C)
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Fabien Hammerer, Guillaume Garcia, Pauline Charles, Aude Sourdon, Sylvain Achelle, et al.. Glycoconjugated porphyrin dimers as robust ratiometric temperature sensors. Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2014, 50 (67), pp.9529-9532. ⟨10.1039/c4cc03367a⟩. ⟨hal-01119703⟩

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