(9-TRYPHENYLPHOSPHAZO)ACRIDINE. SYNTHESIS AND THEORETICAL MODELING OF ELECTROANALYTICAL ACTION

V. V. Tkach, Y. G. Ivanushko, S. M. Lukanova, S. C. de Oliveira, M. P. Zavhorodnii, O. A. Brazhko, P. I. Yagodynets

Abstract


A new acridine derivative, containing 9-phosphazoic moiety has been synthetized and characterized. A mathematical modeling, describing its use as an electrode modifier in electroanalytical processes, using insubosine as a model analyte, has been developed and analyzed by means of linear stability theory and bifurcation analysis. It was shown, that 9-tryphenylphosphazoic derivative of acridine may serve as an interesting electrode modifier, due to the prolongation of the conjugated system and also due to the presence of a strong donating group in the acridine ring.


Keywords


chemically modified electrodes, acridine, phosphazoic derivatives, insubosine, steady-state stability

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ISSN: 2509-2065

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