Inventors: Sun SQ
, Zhang Y
Dibutyl phthalate molecularly imprinted polymer (DBP-MIP) and preparation method thereof
Publication date: 2012
The invention provides a dibutyl phthalate molecularly imprinted polymer (DBP-MIP) and a preparation method thereof, belonging to the technical field of analytical chemistry. The DBP-MIP is prepared by dissolving a template molecule DBP, a functional monomer methacrylic acid and a crosslinking agent ethylene glycol dimethacrylate into a porogen chloroform or acetonitrile, adding an initiator azobisisobutyronitrile, filling nitrogen to remove oxygen, carrying out initiated polymerization at 55-75 DEG C, and grinding, sieving and washing a polymer after completing reaction. An MIP solid phase extraction column can highly selectively separate and enrich DBP in samples such as environment, food, chemical products and the like and effectively remove matrix interference.
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