Mip Synthesis, Characteristic and Analytical Application (Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry)

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Mip Synthesis, Characteristics and Analytical Application, Volume 86 in the Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry series, highlights advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on synthesis and polymerization techniques of molecularly imprinted polymers, Solid phase extraction technique as a general field of application of molecularly imprinted polymer materials, Advanced artificially receptor- based sorbents for solid phase extraction using molecular imprinting technology: a new trend in food analysis, Application of molecularly imprinted polymers in microextraction and solventless extraction techniques, Magnetic molecularly imprinted microspheres - analytical approach, Surface Imprinted Micro- and Nanoparticles, and much more.

Table of Contents

Contributors to volume 86                          xi
Series Editors' Preface xiii
Dedication xv
1 Introduction to MIP synthesis, 1 (16)
characteristics and analytical application
Mariusz Marc
Piotr Pawel Wieczorek
1 General information about the 1 (5)
molecularly imprinted polymers
2 Application of molecularly imprinted 6 (1)
polymers in microextraction and
solventless techniques
3 Application of molecularly imprinted 7 (2)
polymers as a sorption materials in
chromatographic separation techniques
4 Molecularly imprinted polymers as a 9 (2)
specific materials in in-situ analysis as
an key elements in electrochemical
biosensors
5 Concluding remarks 11 (6)
Acknowledgements 12 (1)
References 12 (5)
2 Synthesis and polymerisation techniques 17 (24)
of molecularly imprinted polymers
Marcin Wloch
Janusz Datta
1 Introduction 18 (1)
2 Components of molecularly imprinted 19 (5)
polymers
3 Polymerisation mechanisms 24 (3)
4 Controlled and living radical 27 (3)
polymerisation
5 Preparation methods of molecularly 30 (4)
imprinted polymers
6 Summary 34 (7)
References 35 (6)
3 Solid phase extraction technique as a 41 (36)
general field of application of molecularly
imprinted polymer materials
Somandla Ncube
Lawrence Mzukisi Madikizela
Mathew Muzi Nindi
Luke Chimuka
1 Introduction 42 (1)
2 Essential parameters in MISPE 43 (1)
3 Applications of molecularly imprinted 44 (3)
solid phase extraction
4 Application in environmental sample 47 (2)
analysis
5 Applications in bioanalytical sample 49 (4)
preparation
6 Application of commercial MIPs as SPE 53 (1)
adsorbents
7 Challenges and advances in the 54 (9)
application of imprinted polymers in
solid phase extraction
8 Outlook and future trends 63 (14)
Acknowledgements 64 (1)
References 64 (13)
4 Advanced artificially receptor-based 77 (18)
sorbents for solid phase extraction using
molecular imprinting technology: A new
trend in food analysis
Raquel Garcia
Marco Gomes da Silva
Ana Maria Costa Freitas
Maria Joao Cabrita
1 Food analysis 77 (2)
2 Advanced MIP-based sorbents: A bridge 79 (1)
to versatile functional materials
3 Application of functional sorbents in 80 (11)
food analysis: Exploring the partnership
of stimuli-responsiveness with selectivity
4 Concluding remarks 91 (4)
Acknowledgements 91 (1)
References 92 (3)
5 Application of molecularly imprinted 95 (24)
polymers in microextraction and solventless
extraction techniques
Esther Turiel
Antonio Martin-Esteban
1 Introduction 95 (2)
2 Miniaturised molecularly imprinted 97 (9)
solid-phase extraction formats
3 Molecularly imprinted solid-phase 106 (6)
microextraction (Ml-SPME)
4 Molecularly imprinted stir bar sorptive 112 (2)
extraction
5 Outlook and future trends 114 (5)
References 115 (4)
6 Magnetic molecularly imprinted 119 (34)
microspheres---Analytical approach
Monika Sobiech
Piotr Lulinski
1 Introduction 120 (4)
2 Application of magnetic molecularly 124 (1)
imprinted microspheres to analytical
methods
3 Chromatographic methods based on 124 (11)
magnetic molecularly imprinted sorbents
4 Electrochemical methods using magnetic 135 (4)
molecularly imprinted microspheres
5 Magnetic molecularly imprinted 139 (9)
materials for optosensing
6 Conclusions 148 (5)
Acknowledgement 148 (1)
References 148 (5)
7 Surface Imprinted Micro- and Nanoparticles 153 (40)
Denise Riedel
Boris Mizaikoff
1 History of surface imprinting 153 (2)
2 Imprinting techniques and their 155 (5)
advantages
3 Synthesis strategies and application 160 (27)
examples of surface imprinted particles
4 Summary 187 (6)
References 187 (6)
8 In situ analysis based on molecularly 193 (42)
imprinted polymer electrochemical sensors
Anca Florea
Bogdan Feier
Cecilia Cristea
1 Introduction 193 (2)
2 MIPs as modifiers of electrodes 195 (15)
3 Characterization of the electrodes 210 (1)
modified with MIP
4 MIP-based electrochemical sensors 211 (13)
applications
5 Conclusions 224 (11)
Acknowledgements 225 (1)
References 225 (10)
9 Molecularly imprinted polymers applied in 235 (26)
capillary electrochromatography and
electrophoresis techniques
Malgorzata Rutkowska
Jacek Namiesnik
1 Introduction 235 (1)
2 MIPs in capillary electrochromatography 236 (11)
3 MIPs in capillary electrophoresis 247 (1)
4 Membrane separation 248 (4)
5 Summary 252 (9)
References 253 (8)
10 Preparation and application of 261 (34)
ion-imprinted polymer sorbents in
separation process of trace metals
Elzbieta Zambrzycka-Szelewa
Barbara Lesniewska
Beata Godlewska-Zylkiewicz
1 Introduction 261 (2)
2 Different approaches for IIP preparation 263 (5)
3 Polymerization methods 268 (1)
4 Application areas 269 (8)
5 Ion imprinted polymers for extraction 277 (7)
of platinum group elements from
environmental samples
6 Conclusions 284 (11)
References 285 (10)
11 Molecularly imprinted polymers as 295 (42)
adsorbents in mass spectrometry techniques
Michal Ceglowski
Grzegorz Schroeder
1 introduction 296 (2)
2 Liquid chromatography-Mass spectrometry 298 (8)
3 Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry 306 (10)
(GC-MS)
4 Electrospray ionization mass 316 (2)
spectrometry
5 Matrix-assisted laser desorption 318 (3)
ionization mass spectrometry
6 Capillary electrophoresis mass 321 (1)
spectrometry
7 Thermogravimetric analysis mass 322 (1)
spectrometry
8 Inductively coupled plasma mass 323 (1)
spectrometry
9 Atmospheric pressure chemical 323 (1)
ionization mass spectrometry
10 Ambient mass spectrometry 324 (4)
11 Conclusions 328 (9)
References 329 (8)
12 Green chemistry features in molecularly 337 (28)
imprinted polymers preparation process
Lawrence Mzukisi Madikizela
Somandla Ncube
Luke Chimuka
1 Introduction 337 (2)
2 Design of molecularly imprinted polymers 339 (4)
3 Molecularly imprinted polymerization 343 (1)
approach
4 Application of green reagents in the 344 (8)
synthesis of molecularly imprinted
polymers
5 Green strategies in template removal 352 (1)
6 Miniaturization in MIP applications 353 (1)
7 Reusability 354 (1)
8 Conclusions 355 (10)
Acknowledgements 356 (1)
References 356 (9)
Index 365