Separation and Distribution Coefficients of Some Transition Metal Ions in Some Mixed Solvents

혼합용매에서의 양이온교환수지에 의한 전이원소의 분리와 분배계수

  • Published : 1973.12.30

Abstract

Distribution coefficients (C) of some transition metal ions such as Ni(II), Cu(II), Cd(II), Zn(II), and Hg(II) have been determined in methanol-, ethanol-, isopropanol-, acetone-, and dimethylsulfoxide-water mixtures by using Rexyn 101 (Na-form) resin and 0.2 M sodium chloride solution. The log C values of the metallic ions decrease almost straightly with the increase in reciprocal values of the dielectric constants of the mixed solvents. In the solvents having the same dielectric constants, the distribution coefficients of the metallic ions decrease with the increase in the basicity of the aprotic organic molecule and with the decrease in the molecular size of the protic organic molecule. The separation of the metallic ions has been accomplished with the eluting agent suggested by the C values.

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