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Journal of the Korean Chemical Society (JKCS)

ISSN 1017-2548(Print)
ISSN 2234-8530(Online)
Volume 17, Number 6
JKCSEZ 17(6)
December 20, 1973 

 
Title
Complexes of Alkaline Earth Metals with Dibasic Organic Acids in Aqueous, Ethanol-Water and Acetone-Water Solutions

알칼리토류 금속과 2 염기 유기산 사이의 착물
Author
Sang Up Choi, Chang Hwan Rhee

최상업, 이정환
Keywords
Abstract
양이온 교환수지(Ion Exchange Resin CGC 241)와 2염기산인 말론산 혹은 프탈산이온이 들어있는 용액에서 방사성 알칼리토류금속 이온이 수지와 용액사이에 어떻게 분배되는가를 실온에서 조사함으로써 알칼리토류금속의 유기산 착물 형성에 관한 연구를 하였다. 용매로서 H2O, 20% 에탄올-물 및 20% 아세톤-물을 사용하였고, 용액의 pH는 7.2∼7.5로 조절하였고, 이온강도는 0.10∼0.11fh 유지하였다. 본 연구결과 알칼리토류금속 이온과 말론산 및 프탈산 사이에 1:1착물이 모든 용매계에서 형성되었고 착물의 안정도는 다음순으로 증가됨을 알았다. Ba++ < Sr++ < Ca++, 말론산 < 프탈산, 수용액 < 혼합용매

Formation of the complexes of alkaline earth metal ions with malonate and o-phthalate ions in aqueous, ethanol-water and acetone-water solutions (20% by volume) was studied at room temperature by the equilibrium ion exchange technique. This technique involved the measurements of distribution of radioactivity between cation exchange resin(Ion Exchange Resin CGC 241) and solution phases after the radioactive metal ions were equilibriated with the cation exchange resin in the presence of malonate or o-phthalate ions of varying concentrations. The pH of the solutions was controlled to 7.2~7.5, and the ionic strength of the solutions was kept at 0.10~0.11. The results of the present study indicated that the alkaline earth metal ions formed one-to-one complexes with the dibasic organic acids in all solvent systems examined. The present study showed that the relative stabilities of the complexes increased in the order: Ba++< Sr++< Ca++ complexes. It was also observed that the relative tendency of the o-phthalate ion for the complex formation was somewhat greater than that of malonate ion in each solvent system. Furthermore, it was noted that the complexes were formed more readily in the mixed solvent than in the aqueous solution.

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