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A versatile and recyclable molecularly imprinted polymer as an oxidative catalyst of sulfur derivatives: a new possible method for mustard gas and V nerve agent decontamination

Abstract : A molecularly imprinted polymer containing a porphyrin unit was developed as a biomimetic heterogenous catalyst for the oxidation of sulfur derivatives. Its catalytic efficiency under mild conditions and its easy recovery represent a great asset for the design of new decontamination tools for yperite and VX.
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Sophie Mohamed, Sébastien Balieu, Emilie Petit, Ludovic Galas, Damien Schapman, et al.. A versatile and recyclable molecularly imprinted polymer as an oxidative catalyst of sulfur derivatives: a new possible method for mustard gas and V nerve agent decontamination. Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019, 55 (88), pp.13243-13246. ⟨10.1039/c9cc04928b⟩. ⟨hal-02330912⟩

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