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Water Contained Ionic Liquid Medium For V(III)(acac)3 Reduction: A Paired Electrolysis And Application Studies | 92527
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Statment of the Problem: The green solvent nature of the ionic liquids have potential application in many fields espacialy
battery, sensor, electro-organic synthesis due to non-volatile and having wide electrochemical potential window. However, the
generation of an electro-active species by paired-electrolysis is a difficult task. Inorder to harvest the high value of the ionic
liquid, herein, water content effect was investigated to reduce the V(III)(acetylacetone)3 and its application as reductant. Initial
water content analysis with a 1-butyl-3 methyl imidazolium trifluoromethane sulfonate [BMIM CF3SO3] ionic liquid revealed
a minimum cell potential of 6 V at 18 M water.
Methodology: A Nafion 324 membrane divided plate and frame electrolytic cell was adopted for the paired electrolysis
experiments and the resutls obtined by a constant applied current method.
Findings: Along with V(III)(acetylacetanone)3, other two compounds Ce(III)(SO4)2 and [Co(II)(CN)5]3-, were tested in the
water contained ionic liquid medium. The potentiometric titration with H2O2 enabled reuse of the spent ionic liquid after
mediator quantification. The electrolytic reduction of V(III)(acetylacetonate) metal complex in 18 M water-containing BMIM
CF3SO3 under optimized conditions revealed 65% of V(II)(acetylacetonate) formation. The applicability was checked by using
an organic compound dichloromethane, where found a well-defined change in the concentration of V(III)(acetylacetonate)
from 18% to 6% upon the addition of 20 mM dichloromethane demonstrated the that dichloromethane reduction follows the
mediated electrochemical reaction (MER).
Conclusions & Signifigans: The developed system allows the use of galvanostatic mode to generate a electron active species
in an ionic liquid medium.
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I S Moon is working as full Professor at Sunchon National University, Suncheon, South Korea. He has over 18 years of experience on the electrochemically assisted removal of liquid and air pollutants at electro-scrubbing process and its design development sector. His credentials include a Master of Engineering (ME) in Chemical Engineering, and Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) in Chemical Engineering. His expertise includes desalination using DCMD (direct contact membrane desalination) with modelling. Currently, he has colloborate work at Crandfield University, UK, for CO2 removal by electro-scrubbing process.