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This e-book is split into five sections beginning with an historical standpoint and primary facets at the synthesis and popularity by way of imprinted polymers. the second one part includes eight up to date evaluation chapters on present ways to molecular and ion imprinting. this can be via chapters on new fabric morphologies and within the final sections quite a few analytical purposes of imprinted polymers are given, with the final 4 chapters dedicated to the promising box of imprinted polymers in chemical sensors.The authors of this quantity have generally assorted backgrounds; usually polymer chemistry, natural chemistry, biochemistry and analytical chemistry, which means this publication has an interdisciplinary personality and may attract a wide viewers.

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Independently, Erlenmeyer and Bartels performed similar studies using starch as the immobilising agent [56]. They demonstrated that imprinted silicas could be used to distinguish between dimethyl- and diethyl-aniline, a distinction that the native silica was unable to make in the solvent mixture used (ethyl acetate/methanol/ HOAc (5 M); 60:30:10). 2. Structure elucidation In a 1957 publication in Nature [40], the group of Beckett presented an innovative method for determining the absolute configuration of organic molecules.

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B. J. Shea, J. , 635, 31 (1993). G. I. Andersson, R. Mtiller and K. Mosbach, Nature, 361, 645 (1993). se/~SMI This Page Intentionally Left Blank Chapter 2 Fundamental aspects on the synthesis and characterisation of imprinted network polymers BORJE SELLERGREN AND ANDREW J. 1. INTRODUCTION As is apparent from other chapters in this book, most examples of high fidelity molecular imprinting have been demonstrated using highly cross-linked organic polymers as the imprinting matrix. Most of these are synthesised by free radical copolymerisation of functional vinyl monomers with an excess of cross-linking divinyl monomers in the presence of a diluent (which may be a pore-forming agent, porogen), usually a solvent for the monomers.

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