Synthetic bis(dipyrromethene)s (H2L) is very promising compounds to create sensory systems due to a combination of spectral-luminescent and chelating properties which sensitive to structural and solvation effects. Reactions of H2L·2HBr salts with amines are accompanied by changes in the color of the solution and a clear show a transformations of H4L2+ salt spec-trum in the H2L spectrum with a large (about 40 nm) difference between maxima of their in-tense bands which allows the use of 3,3'-bis(dipyrromethene) salts as colorimetric chemosen-sors of amines with sensitivity of detection upto 1·10–8 mol/l. The basis for the development of applied directions of using 3,3-bis(dipyrromethene)s as a fluorescent chemosensors of Zn2+, Cd2+ and Hg2+ ions is the bright coloristic effects, accompanying reactions of H2L with Zn(II), Cd(II) and Hg(II) salts, and significant differences in quantitative characteristics of the spec-tra of the complexes [M2L2] and ligands. Reactions of Zn(II), Cd(II) and Hg(II) salts with a weakly fluorescent bis(dipyrromethene) sensors are accompanied by the buildup (in 25–550 times) of fluorescence. The high sensitivity of fluorescence of d10-metal [M2L2] helikates to the properties of the environment became the basis for the development of the direction of creat-ing fluorescent temperature sensors. The observed effect of the temperature dependence of fluorescence quantum yield of ethanol solutions of [Zn2L2] complexes is interest for the control of temperature (300–80 K). This is important in the development of cryostats or determining temperature of biomaterials cooled in them.

Key words: bis(dipyrromethene), amine, zinc, cadmium, mercury, colorimetric sensor, fluores-cent sensor, temperature sensor

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