Authors: Hosoya K
, Teramachi M
, Sasaki H
, Turowski M
, Ikegami T
, Tanaka N
Improvement in performance of polymer-based packing materials for HPLC-based molecular imprinting technique.
Publication date: 1998
Alternative URL: http://pubs.rsc.org/en/Content/Database/AWB6104B00046
Abstract: Polymer particles of uniform size were prepared by using alkyl methacrylate with the hydrophilic glycerol dimethacrylate as crosslinking agent and cyclohexanol as diluent. Columns packed with the polymer particles had theoretical plate number of 13 000 when tested against benzene. It exhibited high column performance even towards aromatic solutes, such as alkylbenzenes, due to less hydrophilic recognition sites. Ethylene dimethacrylate was also used as crosslinking agent in the redox polymerization of monofunctional monomers at temperatures ranging from 0-70°C, products of which had good column performance but without molecular imprinting effect. (Analytical Abstracts 1999)
Template and target information: benzene
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