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Title: Colorimetric ionophore-based coextraction titrimetry of potassium ions
Authors: Kajorngai Thajee
Lu Wang
Kate Grudpan
Eric Bakker
Keywords: Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology
Chemistry
Environmental Science
Issue Date: 31-Oct-2018
Abstract: © 2018 Elsevier B.V. Potassium ion concentration can be successfully determined volumetrically by moving the titration from a homogeneous phase to a two phase solvent system. This is because potassium can be readily complexed in a selective and thermodynamically stable manner by ionophores such as valinomycin. Previous work demonstrated the successful titration of potassium by ion-exchange into an organic phase containing valinomycin, but the sample itself served as titrant, which is not sufficiently practical for routine applications. This problem is overcome here by a co-extraction based approach, with the sodium salt of the water soluble lipophilic anion tetraphenylborate as titrant. The extraction of potassium tetraphenylborate must be preferred over that of the hydrogen ion-tetraphenylborate pair, which is used to indicate the endpoint by the presence of a lipophilic indicator in the organic phase. This is controlled by the sample pH, which for the conditions chosen here is around 7 for optimal sharpness and accuracy of the endpoint. The approach is demonstrated in a colorimetric detection approach, by use of a tethered digital camera and subsequent automated analysis of the resulting image files. The potassium analysis in a variety of samples is successfully demonstrated, including blood serum.
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http://cmuir.cmu.ac.th/jspui/handle/6653943832/58201
ISSN: 18734324
00032670
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