extractant


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extractant

[ik′strak·tənt]
(chemistry)
The liquid used to remove a solute from another liquid.
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The ion exchange based on the movement of the rare-earths themselves from the extractant to the acid shown in Fig.
Ethyl alcohol in various concentrations is used as an extractant depending on the properties of the extracted raw material.
Chemical Characteristics of Collagen Extract from Scapula of Bali Cattle (Os Scapula) Produced Using Different Extractant.
Furthermore, some soil test labs use multi-element extractants that allow a determination of P, K and other nutrients in the same extract (Allen et al.
Recent studies have related mineral dissolution to variations in extractant, temperature, solution ionic strength and pH for the minerals kaolinite (Cama, Metz, & Ganor, 2002), fluorapatite (Guidry & Mackenzie, 2003), muscovite (Kuwahara, 2008; Oelkers, Schott, Gauthier, & Herrero-Roncal, 2008; Zhou & Huang, 2006), montmorillonite (Rozalen, Brady, & Huertas, 2009), smectite (Amram & Gaynor, 2005; Rozalen et al.
When using ethanol as extractant within narrow extraction temperature interval from t1 to t2 the ionol concentration CTM in the oil is calculated by the formula
However conditions including pH nature of solvent counter anion used extractant concentration stripping agent interferences are effective in selective extraction for metal ions.
2+] The extraction mechanism of Zinc with D2EHPA as extractant can be described in Eq.