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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Hassan S, Sayour H, El Azab W, Mansour M
Article Title: Synthesis and Characterization of Molecularly Imprinted Nanoparticle Polymers for Selective Separation of Anthracene.
Publication date: 2016
Journal: Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology
Volume: 37
Issue: (9)
Page numbers: 1241-1251.
DOI: 10.1080/01932691.2015.1089514

Abstract: Two anthracene molecularly imprinted nanoparticle polymers namely; An-MINP1 and An-MINP2, were synthesized using the precipitation polymerization method. An-MINPs were used for selective separation of anthracene from aqueous solutions. The data revealed that the maximum binding capacity of An-MINPs for anthracene were 320.8 and 374.3 mg g-1 for An-MINP1 and An-MIPN2, respectively, compared with 2.8 and 4 μg g-1 obtained by using their corresponding non-imprinted polymers NIP1 and NIP2, respectively. Under optimized conditions, An-MINPs give high selectivity and sensitivity of anthracene separation. The anthracene uptake percentage from aqueous solutions ranged from 90.3 to 99.9%
Template and target information: anthracene
Author keywords: Isotherm study, kinetic study, molecularly imprinted nanoparticle polymer, selective anthracene separation, thermodynamic study

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