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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Sakoguchi A, Noda K, Nakashio F, Goto M
Article Title: Li (I) Selective Adsorption by Means of Organic Resins Imprinted with Fluorine-containing β-Diketone and Neutral Phosphorus Compound.
Publication date: 2003
Journal: Journal of Ion Exchange
Volume: 14
Issue: (Supplement)
Page numbers: 333-336.
DOI: 10.5182/jaie.14.Supplement_333
Alternative URL: https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jaie1990/14/Supplement/14_Supplement_333/_article

Abstract: Li (I) selective organic resins are prepared by a surface molecular imprinting technique. Fluorine-containing β-diketoue and neutral phosphorus compound were used as the functional host, and divinylbenzene as the cross-linking agent. Li (I) forms a complex with the functional molecules at the oil-water interface of W/O emulsions, and Li (I) complex is imprinted on the surface of organic resins after the oil phase in the W/O emulsions is polymerized. Our resins exhibited high adsorption ability towards target Li (I) over Na (I) . Fluorine of the functional molecule, [beta-]diketone, played an important role in Li (I) adsorption.
Template and target information: lithium ion, Li(I)


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