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Molecular imprinting is a technique first developed in the middle of the last century and, having now evolved into a powerful tool, is involved in a variety of processes including solid-phase extractions (SPE), sensing, enantiomer resolution and industrial-scale separations.
In a nutshell, molecular imprinting utilises the characteristics of a molecular template, such as chemical functionality, polarity, shape, and size, to create a polymeric mould around it, much like a footprint in wet cemen...
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