アルキルアミノ基およびアルカンチオール基を導入したグラフト鎖搭載多孔性膜への酸性抽出試薬 Cyanex 272 の担持 [in Japanese] Impregnation of an Acidic Extractant Cyanex 272 to the Alkylamino Group and Alkylthiol Group Introduced into the Polymer Chain Grafted onto a Porous Membrane [in Japanese]
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An acid extractant, di (2, 4, 4-trimethylpentyl) phosphinic acid (Cyanex 272), was impregnated to the hydrophobic ligand of a polymer chain grafted onto the pore surface of a porous membrane of a hollow-fiber form. The hydrophobic ligand was introduced by a reaction of an epoxy group of the poly-glycidyl methacrylate, which was appended to the porous membrane by radiation-induced graft polymerization, with n-alkylamine (CnH2n+1NH2) or n-octadecanethiol (C18H37SH). The carbon number of the n-alkylamino group ranged from 0 to 18. The amount of Cyanex 272 impregnated onto the porous membrane increased with an increasing density of the n-octadecylamino group, whereas the amount of impregnated Cyanex 272 was constant irrespective of the density of the n-octadecanethiol group. No leakage of Cyanex 272 impregnated to the n-dodecylamino or n-octadecylamino group of the graft chain was observed. The capturing of zinc ions by the Cyanex 272-impregnated porous hollow-fiber membrane was achieved during the permeation of a zinc chloride solution through the pores of the porous membrane. The equilibrium binding capacity of the Cyanex 272-impregnated porous hollow-fiber membrane for zinc ions was 0.37 mol/kg of the GMA-grafted membrane.
MEMBRANE 32(2), 109-115, 2007-03-01
THE MEMBRANE SOCIETY OF JAPAN