D1.1 Protocols for the synthesis of imprinted sol-gels against antibiotics using different synthetic routes.
Synthesized films were transparent in the visible part of the spectrum, which allows to control the adsorption of analytes in solution and on HF surface via UV-Vis spectroscopy. Adsorption properties of synthesized films to tetracycline were studied in a static mode. Adsorption of tetracycline (Tc) on hybrid films was carried out from 1 10-5 mol/l solutions of tetracycline.
D1.2 Protocols for the synthesis of antibiotics imprinted sol-gel films using non-ionic surfactants as structure directed templates
Hybrid silica films synthesis
Thin silica films were synthesized using Pluronic F127(EO106PO70EO106) linear block copolymer and star block copolymer Tween 20.
Tetraethyl orthosilicate (TEOS) was used as the silica source under acidic synthesis conditions in the presence of ethanol as a catalyst. Briefly, the molar composition of silica sol was: TEOS: H2O: EtOH: HCl= 1:4:8:1.
D1.3 Protocols for the synthesis of antibiotics imprinted films using polyelectrolytes
To obtain the films with ion exchange properties into SiO2 sol were added aqueous solutions of organic polyelectrolytes (PE) –4% polyvinylsulfonic acid (PVSA) and 5% polystyrenesulfonic acid (PSSA) taken in volume ratios 1 sol : 1 PVSA : 0.5 PSSA and stirred for 45 min.
D1.4. Protocols for the NMR evaluation of the pre-polymerisation interactions among the print molecules and the alkoxy silane precursors
On the stage of development because of the delay in the delivery of NMR spectrometer for solid-state analysis to the UNIOVI.