Inventors: Sellergren B
, Sulitsky C
, Ruckert B
Molecularly imprinted polymers grafted on solid supports
Publication date: 2004
The invention refers to a molecularly imprinted polymer, a method of preparing a molecularly imprinted polymer material, and the use thereof. According to the invention a support comprising at least one monomer, and a template, in a polymerization medium is polymerized with a free radical initiator, whereafter the template is removed from the molecularly imprinted polymer obtained. The polymerization is confined to the surface of the support, preferably by confining the free radical initiator to the support by bonding adsorption. The molecularly imprinted polymer may be used in chromatography, for separations, in chemical sensors, in molecular recognition as stationary phase in capillaries, in selected sample enrichment or in catalysis.
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