Tribromophenol Synthesis Essay


The determination of brominated flame retardants is of great importance, but remains a challenge. Particularly, universal and facile approaches are limited. Here we report a new general approach, combining molecular imprinting and electrospinning, for the efficient and facile imprinting sensor of 2,4,6-tribromophenol (TBP), which was used as a “novel” brominated flame retardant. With TBP as the template molecular, β-cyclodextrin (β-CD) as the functional monomer, and poly-vinylbutyral (PVB) as the electro-spinning matrix, the nanofiber film was deposited on the glassy carbon electrode (GCE) via electrospinning technique directly. The β-CD-PVB/GCE sensor system exhibited excellent TBP sensing performances, such as a low detection limit (6.29 × 10−10 mol·L−1) at room temperature, selective recognition to TBP/phenol/4-methyl-phenol, and good regeneration performance. The approach of fabricating a molecular imprinting nanofiber sensor may shed new light in the detection of other phenolic pollutants. View Full-Text

Keywords: molecular imprinting; electrospinning; 2,4,6-tribromophenol; electrochemistry sensormolecular imprinting; electrospinning; 2,4,6-tribromophenol; electrochemistry sensor

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2,4,6-tribromophenol, 2,4,6-tribromophenol, bismuth (3+) salt, bismuth tribromophenate, Xeroform

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2,4,6-tribromophenol, 118-79-6, Tribromophenol, Bromol, Bromkal pur 3, Phenol, 2,4,6-tribromo-, Flammex 3BP, Xeroform, TA 10, NSC 2136, CCRIS 1658, CHEBI:47696, HSDB 5584, BSWWXRFVMJHFBN-UHFFFAOYSA-N, EINECS 204-278-6, BISMUTH TRIBROMOPHENATE, 2,4,6-TBP, SBB060102, NCGC00091183-02, AI3-14896, DSSTox_CID_1959, DSSTox_RID_76428, DSSTox_GSID_21959, CAS-118-79-6, 2,6-Tribromophenol, Great lakes PH-73, 1e5a, Phenol,4,6-tribromo-, ACMC-1BTAO, Emery 9332, Tribromophenol (Related), AC1L1BKX, 2,4,6–tribromophenol, C6H3Br3O, WLN: QR BE DE FE, AC1Q25LB, UNII-YS6K3EU393, SCHEMBL18224, 2,4,6-tris(bromanyl)phenol, KSC490K6J, MLS002152858, BIDD:ER0321, 137715_ALDRICH, 36918_RIEDEL, 442304_SUPELCO, CHEMBL220087, YS6K3EU393, 36918_FLUKA, 90730_FLUKA, CTK3J0564, NSC2136, MolPort-003-926-373, 1,3,5-Tribromo-2-hydroxybenzene, HMS3039E12, PH 73, NSC-2136, Tox21_111098, Tox21_201273, Tox21_302972, ANW-17235, AR-1D3039, FR-613, LS-605, ZINC00388234, AKOS000118987, Tox21_111098_1, DB02417, LS11449, MCULE-9995204022, NE10147, RTR-003198, 5175-83-7 (bismuth(3+) salt), NCGC00091183-01, NCGC00091183-03, NCGC00091183-04, NCGC00256540-01, NCGC00258825-01, AC-11252, AJ-20502, AK112778, AN-22791, CJ-03161, H249, SC-19041, SMR001224482, ZB011373, DB-023704, KB-164542, ST2415713, TR-003198, FT-0609841, ST51046342, C14454, AB00935055-03, A804101, AB-131/40896981, I01-7101, T6330192, 3B3-032605, InChI=1/C6H3Br3O/c7-3-1-4(8)6(10)5(9)2-3/h1-2,10

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CID1483, 2,4,6-tribromophenol, bismuth (3+) salt, T0349, C004554, TBP, 5627-00-9


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