Authors: Kaye PT
Designer ligands: The search for metal ion selectivity.
Publication date: 2011
Journal: South African Journal of Science
Art. No. 439.
Alternative URL: http://sajs.co.za/index.php/SAJS/article/view/439/613
Abstract: The paper reviews research conducted at Rhodes University towards the development of metal-selective ligands. The research has focused on the rational design, synthesis and evaluation of novel ligands for use in the formation of copper complexes as biomimetic models of the metalloenzyme, tyrosinase, and for the selective extraction of silver, nickel and platinum group metal ions in the presence of contaminating metal ions. Attention has also been given to the development of efficient, metal-selective molecular imprinted polymers.
Template and target information: Review - selective binding of metal ions
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