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Odorants interact with a combination of receptors and the pattern of receptor-odorant interactions is processed in the brain (34). In library 3, we utilize sensor arrays composed of phenolic polymers generated by combinatorial catalysis using SBP and pattern recognition techniques to sense metal ions. The polyphenols prepared are more environmentally friendly than their chemical counterparts, phenol formaldehyde resins, which typically require formaldehyde during the syntheses. Library 3: Phenolic polymer array used for metal-ion sensing A phenolic polymer sensing array (15 members) was synthesized combinatorially from 5 phenolic monomers under the catalysis of SBP, as listed in Table 1.
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