Chiral separation of racemic amino acids through membranes derived from modified polysulfone having perillaldehyde moiety as a side group

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TypeArticle
Journal titleMembrane
ISSN0385-1036
Volume30
Issue4
Pages219225; # of pages: 7
Subjectchiral separation; optical resolution; perillaldehyde; polysulfone; pemselectivity; adsorption selectivity; diffusivity selectivity
AbstractNovel polymeric materials, having chiral environment, were obtained by the reaction of lithiated polysulfone with the chiral terpenoid perillaldehyde. The resulting polymers gave self-standing durable membranes that showed chiral separation ability by electrodialysis. In the present study, optical resolution of racemic glutamic acids was demonstrated. The dominant factor governing chiral separation ability was determined to be diffusivity selectivity from the results of permeation and adsorption selectivity.)
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNational Research Council Canada; NRC Institute for Chemical Process and Environmental Technology
Peer reviewedNo
Identifier10247300
NRC number47851
NPARC number12339255
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