alexa Role of molecularly imprinted polymers for selective determination of environmental pollutants--a review.


Organic Chemistry: Current Research

Author(s): Pichon V, ChapuisHugon F

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Abstract The molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) are synthetic polymers possessing specific cavities designed for a target molecule. By a mechanism of molecular recognition, the MIPs are used as selective tools for the development of various analytical techniques such as liquid chromatography, capillary electrochromatography, solid-phase extraction (SPE), binding assays and biosensors. This review describes the application of MIPs to the determination of environmental pollutants in these different analytical approaches with a special emphasis on their potential as selective SPE sorbent for the selective extraction of target analytes from complex matrices. This article was published in Anal Chim Acta and referenced in Organic Chemistry: Current Research

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