1965 Volume 38 Issue 11 Pages 1972-1978
The two-phase distribution of americium(III) and europium (III) has been studied between the hexane solution of tributylphosphate (TBP) and the aqueous solution of sodium thiocyanate at 25°C. From the distribution data when the organic phase was 5% (by volume) TBP in hexane and the aqueous phase was 5 M Na(SCN, ClO4), the following equilibrium constants have been obtained by a least-squares method:
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A remarkable salting-out effect has been observed when sodium perchlorate is added to the aqueous phase. This salting-out effect has been discussed, as has the solvation number of TBP in the adduct complexes in the organic phase.
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