By Anthony P. F. Turner (Editor) Sergey Piletsky (Editor)
Read or Download Molecular Imprinting of Polymers PDF
Similar clinical chemistry books
Experiences In Computational Chemistry Martin Schoen and Sabine Klapp Kenny B. Lipkowitz and Thomas Cundari, sequence Editors This quantity, not like these sooner than it, involves a unmarried monograph protecting the well timed subject of limited fluids. quantity 24 beneficial properties the thermodynamics of restricted stages, components of statistical thermodynamics, one-dimensional hard-rod fluids, mean-field conception, remedies of constrained fluids with short-range and long-range interactions, and the statistical mechanics of disordered restrained fluids.
Complementing the six volumes already released in Patai's Chemistry of the practical teams sequence this name covers issues now not formerly up-to-date within the set. Written by way of key researchers within the box it comprises more effective chapters and business examples than ahead of in addition to extra fabric.
More and more beneficial in fabrics study and improvement, molecular modeling is a technique that mixes computational chemistry thoughts with pix visualization for simulating and predicting the constitution, chemical methods, and houses of fabrics. Molecular Modeling options in fabrics technology explores the impression of utilizing molecular modeling for varied simulations in commercial settings.
- Eucalyptus: The Genus Eucalyptus (Medicinal and Aromatic Plants - Industrial Profiles)
- Gelatine Handbook: Theory and Industrial Practice
- Promises and Limits of Reductionism in the Biomedical Sciences (Catalysts for Fine Chemical Synthesis)
- Carbon-rich compounds: from molecules to materials
- Thin Layer Chromatography: A Modern Practical Approach
- Elements and their Compounds in the Environment: Occurrence, Analysis and Biological Relevance (3 Volume Set)
Additional info for Molecular Imprinting of Polymers
J Phys Chem, B 2000; 104(31):7561-7564. 37. Sayari A. Catalysis by crystalline mesoporous molecular sieves. Chem Mater 1996; 8(8):1840-1852. 38. Corma A. From microporous to mesoporous molecular sieve materials and their use in catalysis. Chem Rev 1997; 97(6):2373-2419. 39. Tanaka Y, Sawamura N, Iwamoto M. Highly effective acetalization of aldehydes and ketones with methanol on siliceous mesoporous material. Tetrahedron Lett 1998; 39(51):9457-9460. 40. Katada N, Fujinaga H, Nakamura Y et al. Catalytic activity of mesoporous silica for synthesis of methyl N-phenyl carbamate from dimethyl carbonate and aniline.
Selective catalysis on silicon dioxide with substrate-specific cavities. Angew Chem Int Ed Eng 1994; 33(4):471-473. 76. Ahmad WR, Davis ME. Transesterification on „imprinted“ silica. Catal Lett 1996; 40(1-2):109-114. 77. Maier WF, BenMustapha W. Transesterification on imprinted silica-reply. Catal Lett 1997; 46(1-2):137-140. 78. Hunnius M, Rufinska A, Maier WF. Selective surface adsorption versus imprinting in amorphous microporous silicas. Micro- Mesoporous Mater 1999; 29:389-403. 79. Niwa M, Hibino T, Murata H et al.
Ohya Y, Miyaoka J, Ouchi T. Recruitment of enzyme activity in albumin by molecular imprinting. Macromol Rapid Comm 1996; 17:871-874. Bioimprinting 25 20. Mishra P, Griebenov K, Klibanov AM. Structural basis for the molecular memory of imprinted proteins in anydrous media. Biotechnol Bioeng 1996; 52:609-614. 21. Rich JO, Dordick JS. Controlling subtilisin activity and selectivity in organic media by imprinting with nucleophylic substrates. J Am Chem Soc 1997; 119:3245-3252. 22. Gonzales-Navarro H, Braco L.