Development of an extraction procedure and analysis of electrostatically stabilized silanates from aqueous solutions

Joanna Jabłońska, Mariusz Kluska, Nikolai Erchak, Stanisław Popiel

Paper category: Original research paper
Corresponding author: Mariusz Kluska (kluskam@uph.edu.pl)
DOI: 10.1515/ohs-2020-0022
Received: 21/02/2020
Accepted: 09/04/2020
Full text: here

Citation: Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies, Volume 49, Issue 3, Pages 247–254, eISSN 1897-3191, ISSN 1730-413X, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/ohs-2020-0022.

Abstract

The analyzed organosilicon derivatives of electrostatically stabilized silanates belong to a group of pentacoordinated compounds. These derivatives are:1-(N-morpholiniomethyl)spirobi(1-sila-2,5-dioxacyclopentan-3-on)at,1-(N-morpholiniomethyl)spirobi(1-sila-2,5-dioxa-4-methylcyclopentan-3-on)at,1-(N-morpholiniomethyl)spirobi(1-sila-2,5-dioxa-4-(i-propyl)cyclopentan-3-on)at.
In the course of the work, the extraction process and optimization of conditions for separation and determination of a mixture of electrostatically stabilized silanates were carried out using capillary isotachophoresis. Proper leading electrolytes were elaborated developed and the terminating electrolyte:4,4’-bis[(1-morpholiniomethyl)spirobi(1-sila-2,5-dioxacyclopentan-3-on)at] was proposed. The extraction process involved the use of three stationary phases: octadecyl, octyl and phenylpropyl. The highest recovery values, approx. 94%, were obtained on the phenylpropyl column. The optimum time of analysis by the isotachophoretic technique did not exceed 12 min. The developed method of separation and determination of electrostatically stabilized silanates expands the possibility of research on biological activity of this group of compounds in aqueous solutions and surface water vegetation.

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