Fundamentals and Applications of Anion Separations [electronic resource] / edited by Bruce A. Moyer, Raj P. Singh
- Anions Insupramolecular Chemistry Binding, sensing, and assembly -- Mechanisms of Anion Recognition From halides to nucleotides -- Structural Aspects of Hydrogen Bonding with Nitrate and Sulfate Design criteria for polyalcohol hosts -- Synthetic Receptors for Anion Recognition -- 2,3- Dipyrrolylquinoxaline-Based Anion Sensors -- Metallated Calixarenes and Cyclotriveratrylenes as Anion Hosts -- 10.1007/978-1-4419-8973-4_7. The Problem with Anions in the Doe Complex -- Ditopic Salt-Binding Receptors for Potential use in Anion Separation Processes -- Dual-Host Combinations: using Tripodal Amides to Enhance Cesium Nitrate Extraction by Crown Ethers -- Binding and Extraction of Pertechnetate and Perrhenateby Azacages -- Polymer-Supported Reagents for Anionic Recognition -- Fundamental Developments in Understanding the Interactions Between Metal Cyanides and Functional Polymers -- Preparation of High Purity Metals by Anion Exchange -- Influence of the Speciation of Metal Ions on Their Sorption on Chitosan -- Selective Uptake and Separation of Oxoanions of Molybdenum, Vanadium, Tungsten, and Germanium by Synthetic Sorbents Having Polyol Moieties and Polysaccharide Based Biosorbents -- Adsorptive Separation of Toxic Anions from Water Using Phosphorylated Orange Juice Residue -- Design and Synthesis of Powdered Magnetic Activated Carbons for Aurodicyanide Anion Adsorption from Alkaline Cyanide Leaching Solutions -- Evaluation and Molecular Design of Inorganic Anion Sieves -- Silver Incorporation at the Interlayer Gallery Region of a Layered Double Hydroxide Intercalated with Thiosulfate Anion -- Carbonate Precipitation on Sand (?-Quartz).
- The subject of anion recognition and separations has been growing rapidly in recent years, with exciting results at the fundamental level and economically significant applications at the industrial level. As in any growing field of research, there is an increasing need for interaction between researchers at both ends of the basic-applied spectrum. This symposium was designed to enhance such interaction by bringing together knowledgeable researchers who can address the following questions. What are the high-impact opportunities for practical applications that can motivate basic research? Conversely, how can exciting discoveries being made now in basic research lead to possible innovative products and processes? What are the fundamental challenges to understanding and improving the selective separation of anions?
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