This project concerns the synthesis and characterization of macrocyclic compounds and related molecules capable of complexing and recognizing (molecular recognition) different substrates (ionic and molecular). These macrocycles will be used as active agents (receptors or sensors) in synthetic membranes by inmovilizing them in either organic or inorganic polymers. These membranes will be tested as transport assisted membranes, ion-selective membrane electrodes, ion-selective field effect transistors and solid electrolytes. Application of these membranes to Flow Injection Analyses (FIA) will be considered. The electrochemical impedance spectroscopy will be applied to study the ionic-electronic transport properties.
|Effective start/end date||5/08/91 → 5/08/94|
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