Authors: Sreenivasan K
Molecularly imprinted polymer as storage medium for an analyte.
Publication date: 2002
Abstract: A molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP) able to bind theophylline with a considerable degree of selectivity was prepared through a noncovalent route. The polymer after equilibrating with the template molecule (theophylline) and storage for various periods of time, the amount of theophylline desorbed from the polymer was found to be effectively quantitative indicating that MIPs could be used as a storage matrix for analytes. The stored analyte could be desorbed and analysed conveniently
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