Speciation of trialkyltin (IV) cations in natural fluids

Antonio Gianguzza, Sergio Sammartano, Demetrio Milea, Silvio Sammartano, Claudia Foti, Frank J. Millero

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Abstract

The hydrolysis of (CH(3))(3)Sn(+), (C(2)H(5))(3)Sn(+) and (C(3)H(7))(3)Sn(+) has been studied in a Synthetic Seawater (SSW) ionic medium simulating the major composition of natural seawater, at different salinities (5 less than or equal to S less than or equal to 45), and at t = 25 degreesC. Interactions with anionic components of SSW, considered as single sea salt, are determined by means of a complex formation model. By potentiometric measurements (ISE-H(+) and ISE-F(-) electrodes), the model has been extended to also consider interactions of organotins with carbonate and fluoride ions, which are other important components of seawater. Literature and new values of hydrolysis constants in different ionic media (NaNO(3), NaCl, Na(2)SO(4) and SSW) are used to determine Pitzer interaction parameters. Predictive equations for the calculation of unknown hydrolysis constants and Pitzer interaction parameters of other trialkyltin(IV) cations, such as tributyltin(IV), are proposed.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)157-167
Numero di pagine11
RivistaMarine Chemistry
Volume85
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2004

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Oceanography
  • Water Science and Technology
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Chemistry(all)

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Gianguzza, A., Sammartano, S., Milea, D., Sammartano, S., Foti, C., & Millero, F. J. (2004). Speciation of trialkyltin (IV) cations in natural fluids. Marine Chemistry, 85, 157-167.

Speciation of trialkyltin (IV) cations in natural fluids. / Gianguzza, Antonio; Sammartano, Sergio; Milea, Demetrio; Sammartano, Silvio; Foti, Claudia; Millero, Frank J.

In: Marine Chemistry, Vol. 85, 2004, pag. 157-167.

Risultato della ricerca: Article

Gianguzza, A, Sammartano, S, Milea, D, Sammartano, S, Foti, C & Millero, FJ 2004, 'Speciation of trialkyltin (IV) cations in natural fluids', Marine Chemistry, vol. 85, pagg. 157-167.
Gianguzza A, Sammartano S, Milea D, Sammartano S, Foti C, Millero FJ. Speciation of trialkyltin (IV) cations in natural fluids. Marine Chemistry. 2004;85:157-167.
Gianguzza, Antonio ; Sammartano, Sergio ; Milea, Demetrio ; Sammartano, Silvio ; Foti, Claudia ; Millero, Frank J. / Speciation of trialkyltin (IV) cations in natural fluids. In: Marine Chemistry. 2004 ; Vol. 85. pagg. 157-167.
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