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Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for Optical Sensing Devices

  • Marta Elena Díaz-García
  • Rosana Badía
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Part of the Springer Series on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors book series (SSSENSORS, volume 1)

Abstract

A problem of paramount importance in analytical chemistry is selectivity, particularly at low analyte concentrations in the presence of interfering substances. The sensitive and selective determination of a large number of trace compounds in complex samples is of great relevance in many fields such as biotechnology, the environment, food and pharmacentrical industries and health care for diagnosis or treatment of diseases.

Keywords

Molecularly Imprint Polymer Itaconic Acid Functional Monomer Imprint Polymer Photoinduced Electron Transfer 
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  • Marta Elena Díaz-García
  • Rosana Badía

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