Inventors: Norton T
Droplet polymerization method for synthesis of molecularly imprinted
Publication date: 2002
A droplet polymerization process is provided to create efficacious molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs). Such imprinted polymers have increased surface area for adsorptive or catalytic reactions. This method provides for monomer-template interactions in the absence of a suspending medium, thereby permitting formation of MIPs with increased template selectivity and substantial processing advantages. The process is particularly useful for separating isoflavones from soy whey.
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