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Crown ether-containing Schiff base as a highly efficient "turn-on" fluorescent sensor for determination and separation of Zn2+ in water

Bibliographic reference Safin, Damir ; Babashkina, M. G. ; Garcia, Yann. Crown ether-containing Schiff base as a highly efficient "turn-on" fluorescent sensor for determination and separation of Zn2+ in water. In: Dalton Transactions, Vol. 42, no. 6, p. 1969-1972 (2013)
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