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Extraction of iridium(IV) by dihexyl sulfoxide from hydrochloric acid solutions

Research paper by N. G. Afzaletdinova, E. R. Ibatova, Yu. I. Murinov

Indexed on: 01 Jun '06Published on: 01 Jun '06Published in: Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry



Abstract

The extraction of iridium(IV) by dihexyl sulfoxide from hydrochloric acid solutions was studied. Optimum conditions for the extraction of iridium(IV) were determined. It was found that an ion-association mechanism of iridium(IV) extraction took place in the test extraction systems at a phase contact time of 10 min. As the phase contact time was increased, the extraction took place by a mixed mechanism. One extractant molecule was incorporated into the inner coordination sphere of the iridium(IV) ion. This decreased the charge of the extracted complex to unity.