Хімія, фізика та технологія поверхні, 2018, 9 (1), 26-39.

Наночастинки гідрофосфату цирконію, армовані слабкокислотним катіонообмінним полімером



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/hftp09.01.026

L. N. Ponomaryova, Yu. S. Dzyazko, Yu. M. Volfkovich, V. E. Sosenkin

Анотація


Слабкокислотну катіонообмінну смолу модифіковано наночастинками гідрофосфату цирконію. Матеріали досліджено методами еталонної контактної порометрії та трансмісійної електронної мікроскопії. У фазі полімера знайдено як неагреговані наночастинки (5–15 нм), так і агрегати (від 250 нм до декількох мікрон). Наночастинки у кластерах та каналах полімера пригнічують дисоціацію карбоксильних груп, що зумовлено протиіонами (H+) подвійного електричного шару навколо частинок. Це призводить до трансформації пористої структури полімера – внесок мікропор до загальної пористості зростає. Сформовані додаткові селективні центри обумовлюють більш сильну взаємодію з поверхнею молекул діамантового зеленого у порівнянні з немодифікованим полімером. Досліджено вилучення іонів Ni(II) з води, яка містить іони жорсткості, композит демонструє у два рази більшу ємність до проскока, ніж полімер. Модифікатор також полегшує регенерацію слабкокислотного іоніту.


Ключові слова


фосфат цирконію; органо-неорганічний сорбент; катіонний барвник; нікель; наночастинки; еталонна контактна порометрія; іонний обмін; адсорбція барвника

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/hftp09.01.026

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