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Nickel(II) Selective Poly(Vinyl Chloride) Membrane Electrode Based on Novel Macrocyclic Compound 11,14-Diaza-4,7-Dioxo-2(3),8(9)-Dibenzoyl-Cyclotetradeca-10,14(1)-Diene as Neutral Carrier


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1 Department of Chemistry, S.S.V. Post Graduate College, Hapur, India
2 Department of Chemistry, B.S.A. College, Mathura (U.P.), India
     

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A PVC membrane based nickel (II) selective electrode was constructed using 11,14-diaza-4,7-dioxo-2(3),8(9)-dibenzoyl-cyclotetradeca-10,14(1)-diene (DADOCTD) as a neutral carrier. The sensor exhibits a Nernstian response for Ni (II) ions over a wide concentration range of 3.9×10-6-1.0×10-1 with a slope of 29.0 mV/decade. It has a relatively fast response time and can be used for 120 days without any considerable divergence in potentials. The proposed sensor revealed relatively good selectively and high sensitivity for Ni (II) over a bi-, tri- and tetravalent metal ions and could be used in a pH range of 3-8. It was successfully also used as an indicator electrode in potentiometer titration and in analysis of concentration of nickel in real samples.
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  • Nickel(II) Selective Poly(Vinyl Chloride) Membrane Electrode Based on Novel Macrocyclic Compound 11,14-Diaza-4,7-Dioxo-2(3),8(9)-Dibenzoyl-Cyclotetradeca-10,14(1)-Diene as Neutral Carrier

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Susheel Kumar Sindhu
Department of Chemistry, S.S.V. Post Graduate College, Hapur, India
Sunil Kumar
Department of Chemistry, S.S.V. Post Graduate College, Hapur, India
L. R. Singh
Department of Chemistry, B.S.A. College, Mathura (U.P.), India

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A PVC membrane based nickel (II) selective electrode was constructed using 11,14-diaza-4,7-dioxo-2(3),8(9)-dibenzoyl-cyclotetradeca-10,14(1)-diene (DADOCTD) as a neutral carrier. The sensor exhibits a Nernstian response for Ni (II) ions over a wide concentration range of 3.9×10-6-1.0×10-1 with a slope of 29.0 mV/decade. It has a relatively fast response time and can be used for 120 days without any considerable divergence in potentials. The proposed sensor revealed relatively good selectively and high sensitivity for Ni (II) over a bi-, tri- and tetravalent metal ions and could be used in a pH range of 3-8. It was successfully also used as an indicator electrode in potentiometer titration and in analysis of concentration of nickel in real samples.