Anomalous effects in extraction of lanthanides and actinides with bidentate neutral organophosphorus extractants. Role of proton hydrate solvates View Full Text


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2007-02

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I. V. Smirnov

ABSTRACT

Extraction of europium, lithium, and acids from nitric acid and perchloric acid media with solutions of bidentate neutral organophosphorus compounds (BNOPCs) in polar diluents (dichloroethane, meta-nitrobenzotrifluoride, and trifluoromethyl phenyl sulfone) was studied. It was found that cationic complexes of BNOPCs with proton hydrates or lithium cation are formed in the organic phase. BNOPC hydrate solvates H+ · nH2O · mBNOPC extract europium substantially better than do free BNOPCs. The main differences of BNOPCs from monodentate extractants are anomalous aryl effect (AAE) and perchlorate and synergic (the latter is observed in the presence of chlorinated cobalt dicarbollide) effects, which are connected with specific properties of proton hydrate solvates with BNOPC. The existence of BNOPC cationic complexes found by IR spectroscopy in polar diluents was confirmed by ESI-MS. The effect of preorganization of the extractant molecule and the change from the solvate mechanism of the metal ion extraction to the cation-exchange mechanism are apparently responsible for the high extraction ability of proton hydrate solvates with BNOPCs. More... »

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44-54

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