Хімія, фізика та технологія поверхні, 2017, 8 (3), 250-270.

Синтез та сорбційні властивості функціоналізованих мсм-41 кремнеземів



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/hftp08.03.250

N. V. Roik, L. A. Belyakova, I. M. Trofymchuk, M. O. Dziazko

Анотація


Темплатним золь-гель методом в присутності функціонального силану синтезовано мезопористі кремнеземи типу МСМ-41 з хімічно закріпленими β циклодекстринвмісними групами. Будову одержаних матеріалів встановлено за допомогою хімічного аналізу, інфрачервоної спектроскопії, низькотемпературної адсорбції-десорбції азоту, рентгенівської дифракції та трансмісійної електронної мікроскопії. Показано, що впорядкованість мезопористої структури синтезованих органокремнеземів залежить від мольного співвідношення компонентів (β циклодекстрин:3-амінопропілтриетоксисилан:1,1'-карбонілдиімідазол) у процесі синтезу β циклодекстринвмісного силану. Сорбцію барвників – метилового червоного та алізаринового жовтого – на синтезованих кремнеземах вивчено з фосфатних буферних розчинів у залежності від тривалості контакту, рівноважної концентрації та рН середовища. Одержані результати проаналізовано з використанням рівнянь Ленгмюра, Фрейндліха та Редліха-Петерсона. Встановлено, що рівноважна сорбція метилового червоного та алізаринового жовтого на вихідному кремнеземі та кремнеземі з хімічно закріпленими β-циклодекстринвмісними групами описується моделлю Редліха-Петерсона.

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мезопористий кремнезем MCM-41; β циклодекстрин; функціоналізація поверхні; метиловий червоний; алізариновий жовтий; сорбція

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