Table 1

Gelation behaviors of luminol imide derivatives at room temperature
Solvents SC16-Lu TC18-Lu TC16-Lu TC14-Lu TC12-Lu
Acetone I I G (1.5) I PS
Aniline S G (2.0) G (2.0) G (1.5) PS
Toluene PS PS I PS PS
Pyridine S S G (2.0) S S
Isopropanol PS G (2.5) G (2.0) PS PS
Cyclopentanone PS G (2.0) G (1.5) PS PS
Cyclohexanone PS PS G (2.0) PS PS
Nitrobenzene S G (2.0) G (2.0) G (2.0) PS
n-Butanol PS G (2.5) G (2.0) PS PS
Ethanolamine G (2.0) PS I S PS
n-Butyl acrylate PS PS S PS PS
1,4-Dioxane PS G (2.5) G (2.0) S PS
Petroleum ether S G (2.0) S S PS
Ethyl acetate PS PS S PS PS
Dichloromethane PS S S S S
THF I PS S PS PS
DMF PS G (2.0) G (1.5) G (1.5) S
DMSO G (2.5) PS I G (2.0) PS
Ethanol PS G (2.0) G (2.0) PS PS
Benzene PS PS I S PS
Tetrachloromethane PS PS PS S S
Acetonitrile PS PS PS PS PS
Methanol PS PS S PS PS
n-Pentanol PS G (2.5) G (2.0) PS PS
Cyclopentanol PS G (2.0) S PS PS
Formaldehyde (aq.) PS PS PS PS PS

DMF dimethylformamide, THF tetrahydrofuran, DMSO dimethyl sulfoxide, S solution, PS, partially soluble, G gel, I insoluble. For gels, the critical gelation concentrations at room temperature are shown in parentheses (% w/v).

Jiao et al.

Jiao et al. Nanoscale Research Letters 2013 8:278   doi:10.1186/1556-276X-8-278

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