A pyrimethanil-imprinted polymer (P1) was prepared by iniferter-mediated photografting a mixture of methacrylic acid and ethylene dimethacrylate onto homemade near-monodispersed chloromethylated polydivinylbenzene beads. The chromatographic behaviour of a column packed with these imprinted beadswas compared with another column packed with irregular particles obtained by grinding a bulk pyrimethanil imprinted polymer (P2). The comparison was made using the kinetic model of non-linear chromatography, studying the elution of the template and of two related substances, cyprodinil and mepanipyrim. Extension of the region of linearity, capacity factors for the template and the related substances, column selectivity, binding site heterogeneity, apparent affinity constant (K) and lumped kinetic association (ka) and dissociation rate constant (kd) were studied during a large interval of solute concentration, ranging between 1 and 2000 g/ml. From the experimental results obtained, in the linearity region of solute concentration column selectivity and binding site heterogeneity remained essentially the same for the two columns, while column capacity (at 20 mug/ml, P1 = 23.1, P2 = 11.5), K (at 20 mug/ml, P1 = 8.3×10(6)M−1, P2 = 2.5×10(6)M−1) and ka (at 20 mug/ml, P1 = 3.5 mM−1 s−1, P2 = 0.47 muM−1 s−1) significantly increased and kd (at 20 mug/ml, P1 = 0.42 s−1, P2 = 0.67 s−1) decreased for the column packed with the imprinted beads. These results are consistent with an influence of the polymerisation method on the morphology of the resulting polymer and not on the molecular recognition properties due to the molecular imprinting process

Comparison of pyrimethanil-imprinted stationary phases by non-linear chromatography

BAGGIANI, Claudio;BARAVALLE, PATRIZIA DOMENICA;ANFOSSI, Laura;GIOVANNOLI, Cristina;TOZZI, Cinzia
2005

Abstract

A pyrimethanil-imprinted polymer (P1) was prepared by iniferter-mediated photografting a mixture of methacrylic acid and ethylene dimethacrylate onto homemade near-monodispersed chloromethylated polydivinylbenzene beads. The chromatographic behaviour of a column packed with these imprinted beadswas compared with another column packed with irregular particles obtained by grinding a bulk pyrimethanil imprinted polymer (P2). The comparison was made using the kinetic model of non-linear chromatography, studying the elution of the template and of two related substances, cyprodinil and mepanipyrim. Extension of the region of linearity, capacity factors for the template and the related substances, column selectivity, binding site heterogeneity, apparent affinity constant (K) and lumped kinetic association (ka) and dissociation rate constant (kd) were studied during a large interval of solute concentration, ranging between 1 and 2000 g/ml. From the experimental results obtained, in the linearity region of solute concentration column selectivity and binding site heterogeneity remained essentially the same for the two columns, while column capacity (at 20 mug/ml, P1 = 23.1, P2 = 11.5), K (at 20 mug/ml, P1 = 8.3×10(6)M−1, P2 = 2.5×10(6)M−1) and ka (at 20 mug/ml, P1 = 3.5 mM−1 s−1, P2 = 0.47 muM−1 s−1) significantly increased and kd (at 20 mug/ml, P1 = 0.42 s−1, P2 = 0.67 s−1) decreased for the column packed with the imprinted beads. These results are consistent with an influence of the polymerisation method on the morphology of the resulting polymer and not on the molecular recognition properties due to the molecular imprinting process
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C. Baggiani; P. Baravalle; L. Anfossi; C. Giovannoli; C. Tozzi
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