Authors: Wang J
, Chen ZY
, Zhao MP
, Li YZ
Catalytical oxidation of styrene by molecularly imprinted polymer with phenylacetic acid as template and hemin as co-monomer.
Publication date: 2007
Journal: Chinese Chemical Letters
Alternative URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B8G3X-4P83HRG-10/2/48e9692a73201e6d9420007491fab05f
Abstract: This letter used the molecular imprinting technology to build up the microenvironment around co-monomer hemin to mimic the cytochrome P450 catalyzing the epoxidation of styrene. The results showed that the conversion rates of products were obviously enhanced by molecularly imprinted polymers, compared to free hemin solution, using three kinds of oxidants. The used axial ligand in polymers synthesis also improved the total conversion rates.
Template and target information: phenyl acetic acid, PAA, styrene
Author keywords: Molecularly imprinted polymers, Enzyme mimic, Cytochrome P450, styrene, epoxidation
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