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|Title:||Recognition of oxovanadium(V) species and its separation from other metal species through selective complexation by some acyclic ligands|
|Publisher:||PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD|
|Citation:||POLYHEDRON, 18(1-2), 289-297|
|Abstract:||Acyclic molecules possessing -OH (phenoxo and alkoxo type) groups and imine or amine moieties have been developed to sense the specific preference for VO3+ species. These molecules also showed a capability to quantitatively separate oxovanadium(V) species from a reaction mixture containing metal species of V, Mo, U, Fe, and Mn ions in solution. A cascade quantitative separation of VO3+ followed by cis - MoO22+ followed by trans - UO22+ species is demonstrated from their mixture. Synthesis and structural details of ore-species of vanadium molybdenum and uranium are also discussed. Factors influencing the complexation of these molecules towards oxo metal species of V, Mo and U are also addressed. (C) 1998 . .|
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