AbstractAn extraction resin, with styrene–divinyl benzene copolymer as the supporter and 2-ethylhexyl phosphonic acid mono-2-ethylhexyl ester (HEH[EHP]) as the extractant, was synthesized by suspension polymerization, and its performance in separating rare earths, such as gadolinium and terbium, was investigated. Especially, the effect of the stirring speed and the ratio of porogenic-agents in synthesizing the resin were examined. It was concluded that the optimal condition for synthesizing the resin is a stirring speed of 3000rpm with a 10/10wt.% ratio of toluene/n-heptane as the porogenic-agents. It was determined that the porogenic-agent could only increase the surface area of extraction resin and did not influence the particle size. Synthesis under these conditions will yield 0.628g HEH[EHP]/g resin, with a resolution value,αGdTb of 0.727 and longest effluent ranges of 675ml. The extracted Gd and Tb were both 99.9% pure.
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