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A kinetic study of mercury(II) transport through a membrane assisted by new transport reagent

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Author(s): Karakus Mehmet | Alpoguz Hamza | Kaya Ahmet | Acar Nurcan | Görgülü Ahmet | Arslan Mustafa

Journal: Chemistry Central Journal
ISSN 1752-153X

Volume: 5;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 43;
Date: 2011;
Original page

ABSTRACT
Abstract Background A new organodithiophosphorus derivative, namely O-(1,3-Bispiperidino-2-propyl)-4-methoxy phenyldithiophosphonate, was synthesized and then the kinetic behavior of the transport process as a function of concentration, temperature, stirring rate and solvents was investigated. Results The compound 1 was characterized by elemental analysis, IR, 1H and 31P NMR spectroscopies. The transport of mercury(II) ion by a zwitterionic dithiophosphonate 1 in the liquid membrane was studied and the kinetic behavior of the transport process as a function of concentration, temperature, stirring rate and solvents was investigated. The compound 1 is expected to serve as a model liquid membrane transport with mercury(II) ions. Conclusion A kinetic study of mercury(II) transport through a membrane assisted by O-(1,3-Bispiperidino-2-propyl)-4-methoxy phenyldithiophosphonate was performed. It can be concluded that the compound 1 can be provided a general and straightforward route to remove toxic metals ions such as mercury(II) ion from water or other solution.
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