Study of Cs extraction in an ionic liquid system using a common anion in both aqueous and ionic liquid phases
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The effect of Tf2N−, as a common anion in aqueous and ionic liquid (IL) phases, on Cs extraction in the IL system was investigated using C2mimTf2N as an IL and DCH18C6 as an extractant. The “common anion (Tf2N−) effect” operated via the movement of Cs+·Tf2N− from the aqueous phase into the IL phase by extraction in the form of Cs+·extractant·Tf2N−, without any traditional cation exchange. The extraction product was recovered as a precipitate using a small amount of IL, which facilitated precipitation via supersaturation.
KeywordsExtraction Common anion effect Radioactive liquid waste Ionic liquids Cesium Precipitate
This research was supported by the Nuclear Energy Development Program through the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF), funded by the Ministry of Science and ICT (2018M2B2B1065631).
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