Using high-throughput techniques to identify complexants for 137Cs, 60Co and 90Sr was written by Demetriou, Anna M.;Crouch, David J.;Batey, Helen D.;Faulkner, Stephen;Yeates, Stephen G.;Livens, Francis R.. And the article was included in Journal of Materials Chemistry in 2008.Recommanded Product: 66943-05-3 This article mentions the following:
High-throughput synthetic and screening methods have been used to prepare and evaluate Cs, Co and Sr selective sequestering agents derived from aza-crown ethers. Storage phosphor autoradiog. was the screening method used to determine potential lead compounds The most effective complexants for Cs+ have a very high selectivity over K ions and will bind picomolar quantities of Cs+ in the presence of mM K+. The binding and selectivity of these compounds with 60Co and 90Sr have also been studied and selectivity was also determined with tap H2O and Ca2+, resp. Experiments with tap H2O spiked with 137Cs and 60Co were carried out to confirm the decontamination capabilities of some of the compounds and a good correlation between autoradiog. and these results were found. In the experiment, the researchers used many compounds, for example, 1,4,7,10-Tetraoxa-13-azacyclopentadecane (cas: 66943-05-3Recommanded Product: 66943-05-3).
1,4,7,10-Tetraoxa-13-azacyclopentadecane (cas: 66943-05-3) belongs to ethers. Ether is less polar than esters, alcohols or amines because of the oxygen atom that is unable to participate in hydrogen bonding due to the presence of bulky alkyl groups on both sides of the oxygen atom. Ethers can form hydrogen bonds with other molecules (alcohols, amines, etc.) that have O―H or N―H bonds. The ability to form hydrogen bonds with other compounds makes ethers particularly good solvents for a wide variety of organic compounds and a surprisingly large number of inorganic compounds.Recommanded Product: 66943-05-3