Binding of S2O32-, SeO42-, Pt(CN)42-, Co(CN)63-, Au(S2O3)23- and Fe(CN)64- anions by the protonated (positively charged) forms of tren (tris(2-aminoethyl)amine) and of the tren-derivative (HL) containing a pyrimidine residue was studied by means of potentiometric measurements in 0.1 M NMe4Cl solutions at 298.1 0.1 K. Both ligands form stable complexes with these anions which appear to be mostly stabilized by electrostatic forces. In the case of HL, an anion–p interaction with the pyrimidine residue of the ligand also affords a significant contribution to complex stability. Some shape preference for tetrahedral and octahedral anions over square planar ones is observed. A hybrid AC/HL material obtained by adsorption of HL on commercial activated carbon (AC) was used to study the extraction of these anions from water. AC/HL shows enhanced adsorption capacity toward all the anions studied with respect to AC. This behavior is ascribed to the stronger interaction of anions with the HL function of AC/ HL than with the Cp-H3O+ sites of unfunctionalized AC. Of special interest is the enhancement of the adsorption capacities found for Au(S2O3)23- and Pt(CN)42-, two anions of great relevance for the extraction of platinum and gold from ores and from metallic wastes.

Binding and removal of octahedral, tetrahedral, square planar and linear anions in water by means of activated carbon functionalized with a pyrimidine-based receptor / Matteo Savastano; Paloma Arranz-Mascaros; Carla Bazzicalupi; Antonio Bianchi; Claudia Giorgi; M. Luz Godino-Salido; Maria Dolores Gutierrez Valero; Rafael Lopez-Garzon. - In: RSC ADVANCES. - ISSN 2046-2069. - STAMPA. - 4:(2014), pp. 58505-58513. [10.1039/c4ra11916a]

Binding and removal of octahedral, tetrahedral, square planar and linear anions in water by means of activated carbon functionalized with a pyrimidine-based receptor.

SAVASTANO, MATTEO;BAZZICALUPI, CARLA;BIANCHI, ANTONIO;GIORGI, CLAUDIA;
2014

Abstract

Binding of S2O32-, SeO42-, Pt(CN)42-, Co(CN)63-, Au(S2O3)23- and Fe(CN)64- anions by the protonated (positively charged) forms of tren (tris(2-aminoethyl)amine) and of the tren-derivative (HL) containing a pyrimidine residue was studied by means of potentiometric measurements in 0.1 M NMe4Cl solutions at 298.1 0.1 K. Both ligands form stable complexes with these anions which appear to be mostly stabilized by electrostatic forces. In the case of HL, an anion–p interaction with the pyrimidine residue of the ligand also affords a significant contribution to complex stability. Some shape preference for tetrahedral and octahedral anions over square planar ones is observed. A hybrid AC/HL material obtained by adsorption of HL on commercial activated carbon (AC) was used to study the extraction of these anions from water. AC/HL shows enhanced adsorption capacity toward all the anions studied with respect to AC. This behavior is ascribed to the stronger interaction of anions with the HL function of AC/ HL than with the Cp-H3O+ sites of unfunctionalized AC. Of special interest is the enhancement of the adsorption capacities found for Au(S2O3)23- and Pt(CN)42-, two anions of great relevance for the extraction of platinum and gold from ores and from metallic wastes.
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