Liquid | liquid electrochemical bicarbonate and carbonate capture facilitated by boronic acids
Collins, A. M., Watkins, J. D., Katif, N., Huang, Y. J., Jiang, Y. B., James, T. D., Bull, S. D. and Marken, F., 2011. Liquid | liquid electrochemical bicarbonate and carbonate capture facilitated by boronic acids. Chemical Communications, 47 (43), pp. 12002-12004.
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Reversible bicarbonate and carbonate liquid|liquid ion transfer processes from aqueous solution into an organic 4-(3-phenylpropyl)pyridine phase are driven electrochemically with TPPMn(III/II) and shown to be facilitated over a wide pH range by 2-naphthylboronic acid (bicarbonate transfer potential -0.08 V vs. SCE; binding constant K(AB) = 10 2 mol(-1) dm(3) and carbonate dianion transfer potential 0.07 V vs. SCE; binding constant K(AB2) = 2 x 10(10) mol(-2) dm(6)).
|Creators||Collins, A. M., Watkins, J. D., Katif, N., Huang, Y. J., Jiang, Y. B., James, T. D., Bull, S. D. and Marken, F.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
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