Authors: Yu JH
, Huang QB
, Ma DJ
, Jia YF
, Chu YC
, Deng YD
Hydrolysis of carboxylate ester catalyzed by a new artificial abzyme based on molecularly imprinted polymer.
Publication date: 2001
Journal: Progress in Natural Science
Alternative URL: http://pub.nsfc.gov.cn/pinsen/ch/reader/view_abstract.aspx?flag=1&file_no=1116679009716766&journal_id=pinsen
Abstract: A new kind of artificial abzyme MIP-3, which contains N-phenyl benzonic amide group and "nano-channel" formed by embedded ZnO nano materials, and is imprinted by a transition-state analogue of p-nitrophenyl methyphosphonate in the hydrolysis of p- nitrophenyl acetate, was prepared by radical co-polymerization. Hydrolytic kinetics of p-nitrophenyl carboxylate catalyzed by MIP-3 was investigated. The results showed that the artificial abzyme exhibited notable substructure selectivity and strong catalytic ability in hydrolysis of p-nitrophenyl acetate
Template and target information: transition state analogue, TSA, p-nitrophenyl methyphosphonate
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