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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Ou HX, Chen QH, Pan JM, Zhang YL, Huang Y, Qi XY
Article Title: Selective Removal of Erythromycin by Magnetic Imprinted Polymers Synthesized from Chitosan-Stabilized Pickering Emulsion.
Publication date: 2015
Journal: Journal of Hazardous Materials
Volume: 289
Page numbers: 28-37.
DOI: 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2015.02.030
Alternative URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304389415001181

Abstract: Magnetic imprinted polymers (MIPs) were synthesized by Pickering emulsion polymerization and used to adsorb erythromycin (ERY) from aqueous solution. The oil-in-water Pickering emulsion was stabilized by chitosan nanoparticles with hydrophobic Fe3O4 nanoparticles as magnetic carrier. The imprinting system was fabricated by radical polymerization with functional and crosslinked monomer in the oil phase. Batches of static and dynamic adsorption experiments were conducted to analyze the adsorption performance on ERY. Isotherm data of MIPs well fitted the Freundlich model (from 15 C to 35 C), which indicated heterogeneous adsorption for ERY. The ERY adsorption capacity of MIPs was about 52.32 μmol/g at 15 C. The adsorption kinetics was well described by the pseudo-first-order model, which suggested that physical interactions were primarily responsible for ERY adsorption. The Thomas model used in the fixed-bed adsorption design provided a better fit to the experimental data. Meanwhile, ERY exhibited higher affinity during adsorption on the MIPs compared with the adsorption capacity of azithromycin and chloramphenicol. The MIPs also exhibited excellent regeneration capacity with only about 5.04% adsorption efficiency loss in at least three repeated adsorption-desorption cycles
Template and target information: erythromycin, ERY
Author keywords: Erythromycin, Pickering emulsion polymerization, adsorption, magnetic imprinted polymers


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