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p. 36 botleft What properties should an MIP have? p. 38 midleft Why are MIP's typically used instead of molecularly imprinted silica gels? p. 41 Tables What types of polymerizable recognition monomers would you choose to recognize a) alcohols, b) carboxylic acids, and c) amines? p. 43 Can metal cations be selectively recognized via molecular imprinting? p. 49 Explain Figure 19 and Table 8 on 182-17. p. 53 Summarize Scheme 1. p. 59 Explain the pore volume and pore size distribution on data in Figure 2. p. 67 topleft What bonds must be broken for an MIP to swell? What effect does this have on the specificity of molecular recognition? pp. 71, 76 Describe the procedure for combinatorial MIP synthesis and evaluation in Figure 1 on p. 71 and on 185-2. p. 77 In Table 1, if the tertbutylazine template is completely removed after 40 o C sonication in CH 2 Cl 2 , the pore-generating solvent, are those MIP's going to be effective? p. 78 Tab. 2 What are K i (i = MIP, blank) and , and how are they calculated? p. 78 First, see the structures of atrazine of ametryn and atrazine on p. 72. What is more important: , as defined in Tables 2 and 3 or the ability to resolve the different pesticides in Table 3? In this article, the MIP's are used for chromatographic separations. Based on Table 3, could these polymers be used as specific sensors for tertbutylazine recognition? If not, why not? p. 82 What are the meanings of curve A in Figures 2a and 2b? What is an IC 50 value, and how does one calculate cross-reactivities? What organic functional groups form the strongest interactions with the MIP, based on the cross-reactivity results? p. 84 What is the reason for depositing MIP's on "screen-printed electrodes". An example of such an electrode is in Figure 5a on p. 87. p. 86 left Explain the procedure for preparing MIP's on screen-printed electrodes. p. 86 right What is meant by an electrochemically active probe, and why is it necessary? p. 89 Now that we have discussed imprinted polymers, and use of ink-jet technology for putting them on electrodes, can we use ink-jet printing
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systems to prepare combinatorial micro/nanoarrays for sensing applications? p. 92 topleft Why is it important to be able to prepare MIP's and use them in an aqueous bracket environment? p. 94 What is the primary problem with MIP's that Suslick's molecular imprinting at the center of dendrimers solves? Bioinspired Materials (bioinspiredmaterials.pdf) p. 1; mid rt. How are Hartgerink's synthetic nanofibers like collagen? pp. 2, 3 What can we learn about adhesion from geckos & mussels that we can apply toward nanoadhesives so that we can solve the fouling problem on ship hulls? p. 4 Using the underlined and bracketed sections, a) what type of interactions holds these mimics of photosynthesis together? b) Describe how the photons are harvested and used to reduce quinone into hydroquinone. p. 5; 2nd arrow Describe why high friction nanofibers do not have high adhesion.
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