How are MIPs used?

 

Molecularly imprinted polymers have most often been used as stationary phases for liquid chromatography. We have developed MIPs for the following applications:

 

Lead ion exchange resin.

Uranyl ion exchange resin.

Uranyl ion permeable membrane.

Ion exchange resin beads for gold, copper and arsenic.

Ion selective electrodes.

Luminescence sensor for nerve agents.

Explosives sensor.

Food safety applications.

Soluble and Processable Star MIPs.