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Cu(ii) extraction by supercritical fluid carbon dioxide from a room temperature ionic liquid using fluorinated β-diketones

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Abstract

Copper(II) can be extracted in supercritical CO2 from a room temperature ionic liquid using CO2-philic fluorinated β-diketonate ligands; thanks to the 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide (BMIMTf2N) ionic liquid properties, there is no need to add modifiers to the neat supercritical CO2 to reach high extraction efficiencies.

Graphical abstract: Cu(ii) extraction by supercritical fluid carbon dioxide from a room temperature ionic liquid using fluorinated β-diketones

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Submitted
17 Feb 2005
Accepted
12 Apr 2005
First published
19 Apr 2005

Green Chem., 2005,7, 421-423
Article type
Communication

Cu(II) extraction by supercritical fluid carbon dioxide from a room temperature ionic liquid using fluorinated β-diketones

S. Mekki, C. M. Wai, I. Billard, G. Moutiers, C. H. Yen, J. S. Wang, A. Ouadi, C. Gaillard and P. Hesemann, Green Chem., 2005, 7, 421
DOI: 10.1039/B502190A

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