Modifying the Selectivity of Zwitterionic Copolymer Membranes by Molecular Imprinting

Lind, William.
2017-04-19T18:07:10.714Z

Abstract: Membranes are widely used to perform solution separations based on the size of solutes, but there are many applications where more complex basis of separation is needed. Molecular imprinting involves manufacturing a polymeric material (e.g. membrane or adsorbent) in the presence of a target solute that is later removed. This creates binding pockets that enhance the interaction of that so... read more

Subjects
Tufts University. Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/011769
ID: tufts:21245
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