Authors: Jayasundera S
, Zeinali M
, Miller JB
, Velea LM
, Gaber BP
, Markowitz MA
Investigation of Surface Interactions in Molecular Recognition of Phosphonate Imprinted Organosilicates and the Role of Water.
Publication date: 2006
Journal: Journal of Physical Chemistry B
Abstract: Surface interactions in molecular recognition of phosphonate imprinted organosilicates and the role of water have been studied. NMR and calorimetry studies have shown the changing nature of the surface water structure on silicate surfaces due to template directed molecular imprinting. Results indicate the interaction of an organophosphonate compound with the functionalized silica surfaces to be through surrounding water molecules. However, with nonfunctionalized surfaces, additional higher energy interactions were possible. Further, our results support the possible templating effect of water during the imprint process.
Template and target information: Pinacolyl methylphosphonate, PMP
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