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Issue 25, 2016

Tandem dissolution of UO3 in amide-based acidic ionic liquid and in situ electrodeposition of UO2 with regeneration of the ionic liquid: a closed cycle

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Abstract

A closed cycle is demonstrated for the tandem dissolution and electroreduction of UO3 to UO2 with regeneration of the acidic ionic liquid. The dissolution is achieved by use of the acidic ionic liquid [DMAH][NTf2] in [EMIM][NTf2] serving as the diluent. A sequential dissolution, electroreduction, and regeneration cycle is presented.

Graphical abstract: Tandem dissolution of UO3 in amide-based acidic ionic liquid and in situ electrodeposition of UO2 with regeneration of the ionic liquid: a closed cycle

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Submitted
04 Mar 2016
Accepted
19 May 2016
First published
19 May 2016

Dalton Trans., 2016,45, 10151-10154
Article type
Communication

Tandem dissolution of UO3 in amide-based acidic ionic liquid and in situ electrodeposition of UO2 with regeneration of the ionic liquid: a closed cycle

E. Wanigasekara, J. W. Freiderich, X. Sun, R. A. Meisner, H. Luo, L. H. Delmau, S. Dai and B. A. Moyer, Dalton Trans., 2016, 45, 10151 DOI: 10.1039/C6DT00873A

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