Authors: Kido H
, Miyajima T
, Tsukagoshi K
, Maeda M
, Takagi M
Metal-ion complexation behavior of resins prepared by a novel template polymerization technique.
Publication date: 1992
Journal: Analytical Sciences
Abstract: A Cu2+-ion selective resin (resin A) was synthesized by a novel template polymerization technique, using oleic acid as a host monomer, divinylbenzene as a matrix-forming monomer and Cu2+ ion as a target molecule. The metal (Cu2+ and Ca2+) ion complexation equilibria of resin A together with a reference resin (resin B) studied potentiometrically indicate: 1) rapid and reversible complexation reactions, and 2) a highly selective binding of resin A to Cu2+ ions. These properties show that Cu2+-ion selective cavities were formed at the surface of resin A
Template and target information: copper ion, Cu(II)
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