Inventors: Murray GM
Molecularly imprinted polymer based sensors for the detection of narcotics
Publication date: 2001
A device for measuring and detecting at least one narcotic, such as heroin and cocaine, in a fluid is provided. The device functions by selectively binding vapors of a narcotic or a narcotic present in a liquid, e.g., blood, to a luminescent molecularly imprinted polymer. The polymer possesses a securely bound luminescent lanthanide ion, such as Eu3+, in a coordination complex that has been templated with a narcotic.
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