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Issue 19, 2013

Directed nucleation of monomeric and dimeric uranium(vi) complexes with a room temperature carboxyl-functionalized phosphonium ionic liquid

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Abstract

The carboxyl-functionalized phosphonium ionic liquid (IL), [HCTMP][Tf2N], enabled the directed nucleation of monomeric or dimeric uranyl(VI) compounds. This new IL is the first carboxyl-functionalized IL which is liquid at room temperature and exhibits a wider electrochemical window and lower melting point than its ammonium analogue.

Graphical abstract: Directed nucleation of monomeric and dimeric uranium(vi) complexes with a room temperature carboxyl-functionalized phosphonium ionic liquid

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Submitted
15 Nov 2012
Accepted
12 Dec 2012
First published
08 Jan 2013

Chem. Commun., 2013,49, 1903-1905
Article type
Communication

Directed nucleation of monomeric and dimeric uranium(VI) complexes with a room temperature carboxyl-functionalized phosphonium ionic liquid

X. Chen, G. S. Goff, M. Quiroz-Guzman, D. P. Fagnant, J. F. Brennecke, B. L. Scott and W. Runde, Chem. Commun., 2013, 49, 1903 DOI: 10.1039/C2CC38255E

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