Ion Exchange and Solvent Extraction: Supramolecular Aspects of Solvent Extraction; Volume 21.
Ion Exchange and Solvent Extraction: Supramolecular Aspects of Solvent Extraction; Volume 21
Edited by Bruce A. Moyer
Ion Exchange and Solvent Extraction; Volume 21
Chemists show how supramolecular behavior occurs and is studied in the context of solvent extraction, and how it is influencing the current directions in solvent extraction. They cover highly selective extractants and a better understanding of phase-transfer phenomena, supramolecular interactions in the outer coordination spheres of extracted metal ions, molecular design and metal extraction behavior of calixarene compounds as host extractants, protein extraction by the recognition of lysine residues using macrocyclic molecules, interfacial molecular aggregation in solvent extraction systems, and supramolecular aspects of stable water-in-oil microemulsions in chemical separations.
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