Anionic Indicators on the Surface of Submicrospheres Consisting of Ionic Palladium(II) Complex
- Anionic Indicators on the Surface of Submicrospheres Consisting of Ionic Palladium(II) Complex
- 김초롱; 노태환; 유경호; 유복렬; 정옥상
- Amphiphilic properties; Ionic palladium(II) complex; Submicrosphere; Surface modification
- Issue Date
- Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society
- VOL 30, NO 12, 3057-3060
- Ionic palladium(II) complex, [(Me4en)Pd(L)]2(ClO4)4 (Me4en = N,N,N’,N’-tetramethylethylenediamine; L = bis-
(4-(4-pyridylcarboxyl)phenyl)methane), allows to form a monodisperse submicrosphere without any template or
additive. Surface-perchlorates on the submicrosphere have been exchanged by anionic pH indicators such as thymol
blue, bromothymol blue, and bromocresol green. The ionic and amphiphilic properties of the palladium(II) complex
appear to be primarily associated with the formation and easy surface-anion exchange of submicrosphere. The
surface-anion exchange through the electrostatic interaction is a very good tool for the surface-modification. The color
of the pH indicator-exchanged submicrospheres is very sensitive to pH and Hg2+ cation, and thus they are promising
to submicrospherical indicators.
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