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Advances in Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology II by X. S. Zhao, Hongzong Si, Peilong Xu

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8 Q(μmol/g) C( mmol/l) Fig. 4. 5. As one analogue of Rhodamine B, Rhodamine123 was chosen as the competitive compound for doing the adsorption selectivity study. illustrates the value of distribution coefficient (KD), selectivity coefficient of the sorbent (α) and the relative selectivity coefficient (α') which were obtained in these selectivity experiments. Table 1. The static,dynamic binding and selectivity experiment revealed that the MIPS possessed strong affinity and excellent selectivity for the template molecule Rhodamine B.

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