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|Title: ||A photoswitchable “host-guest¿? approach for the selective enrichment of dimethoate from olive oil|
|Authors: ||Garcia, Raquel|
Carreiro, Elisabete P.
Prates Ramalho, João P.
Burke, Anthony J.
Lima, João C.
Gomes da Silva, Marco D.R.
Costa Freitas, Ana Maria
Cabrita, Maria João
|Issue Date: ||2018|
|Citation: ||Garcia, Raquel; Carreiro, Elisabete P.; Prates Ramalho, João P.; Burke, Anthony J.; Lima, João C.; Gomes da Silva, Marco D.R.; Costa Freitas, Ana Maria; Cabrita, Maria João. A photoswitchable “host-guest¿? approach for the selective enrichment of dimethoate from olive oil, Analytica Chimica Acta, 1035, 0, 60-69, 2018.|
|Abstract: ||This work describes the development of a new selective photocontrollable molecularly imprinted-based
sorbent for the selective enrichment/pre-concentration of dimethoate from spiked olive oil samples. To
achieve this goal an improved molecularly imprinted strategy relying on the embedding of a functional
monomer containing an azobenzene chromophore as light-responsive element, on the crosslinked
tridimensional molecular imprinted network, has been assessed. To address the mechanisms underlying
template recognition and uptake/release of the analyte from the functional imprinted material,
computational studies using a quantum chemical approach, have been explored. This new functional
sorbent provides a straightforward controllable uptake/release of the target template using light as the
stimuli tool, which is highly advantageous due to light manipulation characteristics, such as superior
clean, precision and remote controllable properties. In general, this work will contribute to the implementation
of a photoswitchable analytical methodology that proves to be suitable for the selective
isolation and further quantification of dimethoate from olive oil matrices at levels similar to the
maximum residues limits imposed by the legislation. The limits of detection, calculated based on 3s, was
1.6mgL 1 and the limit of quantification, based on 10s, was 5.2 mgL 1. The implemented sample
preparation shows high reproducibility and recoveries (93.3 ± 0.4%).|
|Other Identifiers: ||00032670|
|Appears in Collections:||CQE - Publicações - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais Com Arbitragem Científica|
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