Authors: Freemantle M
Bulk silica imprinted with organic functional groups.
Publication date: 2000
Journal: Chemical & Engineering News
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Abstract: Researchers have devised a new strategy for imprinting bulk microporous silica with organic functional groups that could lead to the design and synthesis of materials with features modeled on those of enzymes and antibodies. Mark E. Davis, professor of chemical engineering at California Institute of Technology, used molecular imprinting to generate bulk amorphous silica with specially tailored microcavities containing aminopropyl groups covalently attached to the pore walls.
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