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Molecular imprinting for removing highly toxic organic pollutants

Molecular imprinting technology allows synthesis of polymers with specific recognition ability towards target pollutants, which show potential to selectively remove Highly Toxic Organic Pollutants (HTOPs) in the presence of common organic matrices that are thousands of times more abundant than the t... Full description

Journal Title: Chemical Communications 2011, Vol.48(6), pp.788-798
Main Author: Shen, Xiantao
Other Authors: Zhu, Lihua , Wang, Nan , Ye, Lei , Tang, Heqing
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ID: ISSN: 1359-7345 ; E-ISSN: 1364-548X ; DOI: 10.1039/c2cc14654a
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title: Molecular imprinting for removing highly toxic organic pollutants
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  • Zhu, Lihua
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  • Tang, Heqing
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  • Molecular Imprinting
  • Hazardous Substances -- Isolation & Purification
  • Water Pollutants, Chemical -- Isolation & Purification
  • Water Purification -- Methods
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description: Molecular imprinting technology allows synthesis of polymers with specific recognition ability towards target pollutants, which show potential to selectively remove Highly Toxic Organic Pollutants (HTOPs) in the presence of common organic matrices that are thousands of times more abundant than the targets. This feature article summarizes the current development of molecular imprinting for removing HTOPs from polluted water, with a special emphasis on the application of molecularly imprinted polymers to improve the efficiency of photocatalytic and biological degradation of HTOPs in wastewater.
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abstractMolecular imprinting technology allows synthesis of polymers with specific recognition ability towards target pollutants, which show potential to selectively remove Highly Toxic Organic Pollutants (HTOPs) in the presence of common organic matrices that are thousands of times more abundant than the targets. This feature article summarizes the current development of molecular imprinting for removing HTOPs from polluted water, with a special emphasis on the application of molecularly imprinted polymers to improve the efficiency of photocatalytic and biological degradation of HTOPs in wastewater.
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