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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Lai JP, Lu CY, He XW
Article Title: Chromatographic characterization of molecularly imprinted microspheres synthesized by aqueous microsuspension polymerization: Influences of pH, kinds and concentration of buffer on capacity factors.
Publication date: 2002
Journal: Chinese Journal of Chemistry
Volume: 20
Issue: (10)
Page numbers: 1012-1018.
Alternative URL: http://sioc-journal.cn/chub/zghx/20021012.pdf

Abstract: Molecularly imprinted microspheres (MIMs) were prepared using 4-andnopyridine (4-AP) as template molecule by aqueous microsuspension polymerization. The MIMs were packed into stainless steel column (250 x 4.6 nun I.D.) for selective separadon of 4-aminopyridine (4-AP) and 2-aminopyridine (2AP). The influences of pH, kinds and concentration (c) of buffer on capacity factors were investigated in detail. The relationships of capacity factor (k') with pR and concentration of buffer am quantitatively described firstly. The effects of PH of phosphate and acetate buffer on capacity factors are very different. The relationship between k' and pH can be described by the following equation: k' = -8.23 + 9.23 pH - 0.99 pH(2) (in phosphate buffer) with R-2 = 0.9775 and k' = 6.79 - 3.76 pH + 0.68 pH(2) (in acetate buffer) with R-2 = 0.9866. Furthermore, the capacity factors were also greatly affected by the concentration of acetate buffer in mobile phase while non- unprinted molecule is poorly changed. It increases with decreasing the concentration of buffer-especially in low concentration buffer (c(acetate) < 0.02 mol/L, final concentration in mobile phase). The fit curve of log V to log c is described by equation: log k' = - 0.571 - 1.256 x log c - 0.186 x (log C)2 with R-2 = 0.9979. The ratio of acetate buffer to medianol was investigated and the optimal ratio for separation of 4-AP and 2-AP is below 1:7.5 (V/V)


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