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The porphyrin handbook - Kadish K.M.

Kadish K.M. The porphyrin handbook - Academic press, 2000. - 368 p.
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A. Sapphyrins and
Texaphyrins..............................................................
.......................... 204
B. Vinylogou.s
Porphyrins...............................................................
............................. 205
X. Miscellaneous Porphyrins and
Chlorins.................................................................
.............. 205
A. Glycosylated Porphyrins and Chlorins
.........................................................................
.... 205
B. Barbituric Acid Functionalized Porphyrins and
Chlorins............................................................ 206
C. Nucleoside Adducts ot Porphyrins and
Chlorins.................................................................
.... 206
D. Porphyrins Containing Six-Membered
Rings....................................................................
...... 207
XI. Endogenous Porphyrins from
AL.A.....................................................................
.............. 208
A. Cationic
Photosensitizers.........................................................
................................ 209
XII. Cationic Porphyrins, Chlorins and
Phthalocyanines..........................................................
....... 209
XIII. Phthalocyanines and
Naphthalocyanines........................................................
..................... 211
XIV. Current Status of Photosensitizers Under Clinical
Trials.......................................................... 214
A. Advantages and Disadvantages of Some Selected
Photosensitizers.................................................... 224
XV.
Conclusions..............................................................
......................................... 224

References...............................................................
............................................ 225
44 / Porphyrin-Based Electrochemical
Sensors..................................................................
.........231
TADEUSZ MALINSKI
I.
Introduction.............................................................
......................................... 232
II. Amperometric /' Voltammetric Porphyrin-Based
Sensors.............................................................. 232
A. Conductive Polymeric
Porphyrins...............................................................
.................... 232
B. Sensors for Detection of Metal
Cations..................................................................
.......... 236
(.. Nitric Oxide
Sensors..................................................................
........................... 240
D. Preparation and Measurement of NO with Amperometric
Sensors....................................................... 245
III. Potenliometric Porphyrinic Sensors for Detection of
Ions............................................................ 251
A. Preparation ol Porphyrin-Based Potenliometric Sensors for
Anions.................................................. 252
B. Potentiometric Sensor for
Nickel...................................................................
............... 254

References...............................................................
............................................ 255
45 / Calixpyrroles: Novel Anion and Neutral Substrate
Receptors......................................................257
JONATHAN L. SESSLER and PHILIP A. GALE
I.
Introduction.............................................................
......................................... 257
II. burly
Work.....................................................................
................................... 258
III. Structural Studies of I ree
Ligands..................................................................
............... 258
IV. Coordination Chemistry of Simple
Systems..................................................................
.......... 259
A. Cation Coordination
Chemistry................................................................
..................... 259
B. Anion Coordination
Chemistry................................................................
...................... 259
C. Neutral Molecule Coordination
Chemistry................................................................
........... 262
V. Synlliesis ol functionalized
Calixpyrroles............................................................
............ 264
A. //-Substituted
Systems..................................................................
.......................... 264
R. /זקמ-Substituted
Systems..................................................................
........................ 265
VI. Properties of Kunctionali/ed
Calixpyrroles............................................................
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