Trinity College Dublin
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Jonathan A. Kitchen(22)
D Clive Williams(19)
Susan J. Quinn(19)
John Moffat Kelly(16)
Paul E Kruger(14)
Robert D Peacock(13)
Robert B.P. Elmes(13)
Fergus E Poynton(11)
John E O'Brien(10)
Sandra A Bright(10)
Chris S Hawes(10)
Emma B Veale(9)
Joseph P. Byrne(8)
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|Ireland -> Maynooth University||10|
|Ireland -> Maynooth University -> PubMed||1|
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|Ireland -> Trinity College Dublin -> PubMed||103|
|Ireland -> University College Dublin||12|
|Ireland -> University College Dublin -> PubMed||3|
A sensor element suitable for colorimetric detection of anions in a sample, the sensor element comprising a water insoluble polymeric hydrogel having a polymer network defining a water permeable microvoid network, and an anion recognition dye (receptor) incorporated into the polymeric hydrogel. The anion recognition dye has a general formula (I), Wherein R1, R2, R3 and R4 are each, independently, selected from H or an optionally substituted group consisting of lower alkyl, allyl, aryl, thioureas, urea, amide, ether, and X is S or O. An anion detection probe comprising a support that incorporates the sensor element and provided in the form of a dip-stick is also disclosed.
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