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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Cheng HL, Wang GS, Xia JJ, Wang MF, Zhu XF, Zhu HY, Cao QE, Ding ZT
Article Title: Characterization of Solanesol Molecularly Imprinted Polymer/Membrane.
Publication date: 2012
Journal: Journal of Yunan University of Nationalities (Natural Sciences Edition)
Volume: 21
Issue: (3)
Page numbers: 157-162.
Alternative URL: http://xb.ynni.edu.cn/index.php/jne/article/view/3229

Abstract: A solanesol imprinted polymer (MIP) was synthesized in chloroform using acrylamide (AM) as the functional monomer, and its binding characterization and selective property for solanesol in the presence of the interfering molecules were investigated respectively. This MIP exhibited the high imprinting factor as 2.20. Investigation on the sample of tobacco leaf showed that solanesol in the sample solution could be selectively separated and enriched by MIP. A solanesol imprinted membrane (MIM) was also prepared, and the selective permeation experiment via the mixed substrates showed that MIM exhibited a higher permeation selectivity to solanesol.
Template and target information: solenesol
Author keywords: molecularly imprinted technology, polymers, membranes, solanesol


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