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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Yoshida M, Uezu K, Goto M, Nakashio F
Article Title: A novel bifunctional organophosphorus monomer for metal ion-imprinted polymers by surface template polymerization.
Publication date: 1997
Journal: Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society
Volume: 213
Issue: (IEC)
Page numbers: 25.

Abstract: Surface template polymerization is a powerful technique for the ready preparation of polymeric materials containing recognition sites of predetetmined specificity at the surface of the polymers. This technique has the advantage of effective recognition for aqueous soluble guests, such as metal ions. In the technique, the interfacial activity of functional monomers is a dominant factor for successful preparation of highly selective imprinted polymers. it is also important to fix recognition sites rigidly and to make strong interactions between functional monomers and imprint molecules. From this point of view, we have designed novel bifunctional organophosphorus monomers as a recognition monomer. and prepared highly selective Zn(II)imprinted polymers by surface template polymerization with a W/O emulsion. Adsorption behaviour of zinc and other metal ions onto the polymers was examined, and the template effect was characterised


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