The Separation of Cobalt from Nickel Eagles 290
The Separation Of Cobalt From Nickel Eagles 290 Molecular Formula: C16H35O2P
The Separation Of Cobalt From Nickel Eagles 290 CAS No.: 83411-71-6
The Separation Of Cobalt From Nickel Eagles 290 Specification:
Colorless to lighe amber liquid
Solubility (PH = 3.0):
Boiling Point :
The Separation Of Cobalt From Nickel Eagles 290 Application
Eagles 290 has proven to be an excellent extractant for the separation of cobalt from nickel from both sulfate and chloride media.Since the active component of Eagles 290 extractant is a phosphinic acid, metals are extracted through a cation exchange mechanism. a variety of other cations can be extracted by Eagles 290 extractant depending upon the solution pH. As a result, Eagles 290 can not only be used for the separation of cobalt from nickel, but also for the separation of rare earths, and the extraction of Ga, In, Mo, Ge, Zr, etc.
Eagles 290 extractant is totally miscible with common aromatic and aliphatic diluents, and is extremely stable to heat, acid and alkalis.
The Separation Of Cobalt From Nickel Eagles 290 Packaging: 200 Kg/plastic drum.
The Separation Of Cobalt From Nickel Eagles 290 Storage: Avoid impact, water and fire. Keep cool, dry and ventilative.
Comparison between P204, P507 and Eagles 290
Separation Coefficient (βCo/Ni)
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