Inventors: Steinfeld U
, Palm B
Molecularly imprinted polymer, process for production thereof and process for the selective treatment of poorly degradable and/or toxic compounds in liquids
Publication date: 2010
A molecularly imprinted polymer and production process therefor and a process for selective treatment of poorly degradable and/or toxic compounds in liquids using the molecularly imprinted polymers. Such polymers and processes are required for selective removal and/or degradation of biological, poorly degradable pollutants or toxic compounds, for example from wastewaters. Consequently, a molecularly imprinted polymer suitable for the selective treatment of at least one poorly degradable and/or toxic compound is provided having a polymeric network which is made up of monomers and has cavities of predetermined size, wherein the cavities are arranged at predetermined spacings and have specific binding sites and/or patterns for the poorly degradable and/or toxic compounds.
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