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Recognition characteristics of molecularly imprinted microspheres for triazine herbicides using hydrogen-bond array strategy and their analytical applications for corn and soil samples.
The results obtained demonstrate that the good imprinting effect and the excellent selectivity of MIMs are mainly due to the interaction involving the formation of three-point hydrogen bond between host and guest. Expand
Binding characteristics of homogeneous molecularly imprinted polymers for acyclovir using an (acceptor-donor-donor)-(donor-acceptor-acceptor) hydrogen-bond strategy, and analytical applications for
This paper demonstrates a novel approach to assembling homogeneous molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) based on mimicking multiple hydrogen bonds between nucleotide bases by preparing acyclovirExpand
Preparation and chiral separation of a novel immobilized cellulose-based chiral stationary phase in high-performance liquid chromatography.
The chiral selector 6-azido-2, 3-di(p-chlorophenylcarbamoylated) cellulose was synthesized and further chemically immobilized onto 5-μm amino functionalized spherical porous silica gel. It was usedExpand
Emodin voltammetric sensor based on molecularly imprinted polymer membrane‐modified electrode using a multiple hydrogen bonds strategy
Similar to those in complementary nucleotides' base pairs, we present a novel molecularly imprinted electrochemical sensor for emodin, constructed using a multiple hydrogen bonds strategy. WeExpand
Cellulose 2,3-di(p-chlorophenylcarbamate) bonded to silica gel for resolution of enantiomers.
In this study, 6-azido-2,3-di(p-chlorophenylcarbamoylated) cellulose was synthesized and bonded onto aminized silica gel to obtain a new chiral stationary phase and Chiralcel OF suggested promising chiral separation ability of the new cellulose chiralentary phase. Expand
Preparation and characterization of a pseudo‐template imprinted polymer with a chirality‐matching monomer for the separation of cinchona alkaloids by high‐performance liquid chromatography
A hydroquinidine-imprinted stationary selector with chiral recognition for cinchona alkaloids was prepared by bulk polymerization with (+)-(2R,3R)-N,N′-diallyl-L-tartardiamide as a functionalExpand