Chiroptical sensing: a conceptual introduction
UNIVERSAL IDENTIFIER: http://hdl.handle.net/11093/1842
EDITED VERSION: https://www.mdpi.com/1424-8220/20/4/974
UNESCO SUBJECT: 2306.04 Química de Los Compuestos Bicíclicos ; 2306.16 Esteroquímica y Análisis Conformacional ; 1203.25 Diseño de Sistemas Sensores
DOCUMENT TYPE: article
Chiroptical responses have been an essential tool over the last decades for chemical structural elucidation due to their exceptional sensitivity to geometry and intermolecular interactions. In recent times, there has been an increasing interest in the search for more efficient sensing by the rational design of tailored chiroptical systems. In this review article, advances made in chiroptical systems towards their implementation in sensing applications are summarized. Strategies to generate chiroptical responses are illustrated. Theoretical approaches to assist in the design of these systems are discussed. The development of efficient chiroptical reporters in different states of matter, essential for the implementation in sensing devises, is reviewed. In the last part, remarkable examples of chiroptical sensing applications are highlighted.
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