Naphthalene vapor sorption by polymer nanoparticles with molecularly imprinted shells
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The process of naphthalene adsorption from the gas phase by layers of core-shell polymer nanoparticles obtained with the use of molecular imprinting methods is studied by the fluorescent analysis method. Within the pseudo-second-order kinetic model of sorption, data on the rate constants of fluorescence change are obtained, primary regularities of the sorption process are determined, and the presence of selective recognition sites in the shells of nanoparticles is proven.
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