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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Adsorption Of Metal Halides From Ethanol Solutions By A 3-n-propylpyridiniumsilsesquioxane Chloride-coated Silica Gel Surface.|
|Author:||Alfaya, Rení V S|
Fujiwara, Sérgio T
Kholin, Yuriy V
|Abstract:||3-n-propylpyridiniumsilsesquioxane chloride polymer, abbreviated as SiPy+Cl-, was used to coat a porous silica gel, SiO2, surface to form the chemically modified solid SiO2/SiPy+Cl-. The resulting polymer film was well adhered to the surface and presented an ion exchange capacity of 0.74 mmol g(-1). Metal halides, MClz [M=Fe(III), Cu(II), and Zn(II)], were adsorbed by the modified solid from ethanol solutions as neutral species by forming the surface anionic complexes described by the equation: mSiO2/SiPy+Cl-+ MClz <=> (SiO2/SiPy+)m[MCl(z+m)]m-, where the [MCl(z+m)]m- species adsorbed on the surface are FeCl4-, ZnCl4(2-), and CuCl4(2-). Accurate estimates of the specific sorption capacities and the heterogeneous stability constants of the immobilized metal complexes were determined with the aid of computational procedures.|
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