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The polymer was ground, and the particles were suspended in methanol. The S-S linkages were cleaved by the reduction with NaBH 4 for 12 h. This cleavage procedure was repeated twice to complete the reaction . 6 Imprinting with Coordination Bonds Some coordination bonds between metal ions and ligands are sufficiently stable for covalent imprinting. 3 Covalent Imprinting ^JJ Polymerization HS Fig. 3-5 Molecular imprinting using allyl phenyl disulfide as a functional monomer functional monomers.
3-2 Molecular imprinting of sialic acid using 4-vinylphenylboronic acid as a functional monomer In a classical sense, the guest binding by these imprinted polymers should occur through formation of the original carbonate ester. , Cl-C(O)-O-) in the guest compound used. 3 Covalent Imprinting tion in the application. 3) and the OH of the polymer which is formed by hydrolyzing the covalent conjugate in the post-treatment. This OH (polymer-OH) takes an appropriate position for the hydrogen bonding, since the space occupied by the carbonyl group in the covalent conjugate (monomer-OC(O)-O-template) is now allotted to the H atom for the hydrogen bonding (polymer-O-H - - O(H)-guest).
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Analytical Gas Chromatography, Second Edition by Walter Jennings