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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Yu JH, Dai P, Wan FW, Li B, Ge SG
Article Title: Quantification of fenfluramine with a molecularly imprinted chemiluminescence sensor and sulfonophenylazo rhodanine.
Publication date: 2009
Journal: Journal of Separation Science
Volume: 32
Issue: (12)
Page numbers: 2170-2179.
DOI: 10.1002/jssc.200800761

Abstract: Fenfluramine-imprinted polymer was prepared by self assembly with acrylic amide as functional monomer and ethylene glycol dimethacrylate as crosslinker. The binding characteristics of the imprinted polymer to fenfluramine were evaluated by equilibrium binding experiments and the morphology was studied by SEM. Taking the imprinted polymer as recognition material, using the new 3-p-nitrylphenyl-5-(4prime-methyl-2prime-sulfonophenylazo)rhodanine (M4NRASP) synthesized by the authors as chemiluminescence reagent, a new highly selective flow injection chemiluminescence sensor for trace fenfluramine with good sensitivity was established which utilized the chemiluminescence reaction between fenfluramine, M4NRASP, and potassium permanganate in hydrochloric acid. The traditional flow-through cell was replaced with a polymethyl methacrylate module, with Y-shaped flow path, through which the above three reactants were injected simultaneously. Under optimum conditions the relative chemiluminescence intensity shows a linear relationship with the concentration of fenfluramine over the range of 510-7 to 810-6 g/mL with a lower detection limit of 3.410-8 g/mL. The relative standard deviation for the determination of 1.010-6 g/mL fenfluramine solution was 2.4% (n = 11). This proposed sensor could be satisfactorily applied to the determination of fenfluramine in weight-reducing capsules
Template and target information: fenfluramine
Author keywords: Chemiluminescence sensor, fenfluramine, molecularly imprinted polymer, rhodanine


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