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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Suzuki A, Shido T, Iwasawa Y
Article Title: Preparation of shape selective acid catalysts by a surface molecular imprinting method.
Publication date: 2000
Journal: unknown source

Abstract: Development of highly selective heterogeneous catalysts with an ability of molecular recognition is a key issue to find applications of heterogeneous catalysts to fine chemicals and pharmacy industries. Molecular imprinting is one of the methods to exploit such catalysts because this method is able to produce pores that mold template molecules in matrices of organic and inorganic polymers, so that selective catalysts with desired shape selectivity can be prepared using this method. The disadvantage of such molecular imprinting methods, however, is that the shape selective pores are buried in the matrix and reactants cannot access the pore easily. To solve the problem, we have prepared shape selective pores on an alumina surface by a molecular imprinting method and applied the obtained catalysts to ester hydrolysis reactions

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