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Characterization and chemical modification of the silica surface
E. F. Vansant
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||E.F. Vansant, P. van der Voort, and K.C. Vrancken.|
|Series||Studies in surface science and catalysis ;, vol. 93, Studies in surfance science and catalysis ;, 93.|
|Contributions||Voort, P. van der, Vrancken, K. C.|
|LC Classifications||TP245.S5 C46 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 556 p. :|
|Number of Pages||556|
|LC Control Number||95010628|
Surfactants and Interfacial Phenomena Milton J. Rosen Bridging the gap between purely theoretical aspects of surface chemistry and the purely empirical experience of the industrial technologist, this book applies theoretical surface chemistry to understanding the action of surfactants in modifying interfacial phenomena. It surveys the structural types of commercially available surfactants and. The surface properties of fumed and precipitated silicas were modified by esterifying their surface silanol groups with methanol and hexadecanol. Characterization of the silicas by inverse gas-solid chromatography at zero surface coverage revealed that the surface properties of the initial solids varied with their method of by:
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This book reviews the latest techniques and procedures in the characterization and chemical modification of the silica surface, presenting a unified and state-of-the-art approach to the relevant analysis techniques and modification procedures, covering Book Edition: 1.
Search in this book series. Characterization and Chemical Modification of the Silica Surface. Edited by E.F. Vansant, P. Van Der Voort, K.C. Vrancken. Vol Pages () Chapter 2 Physical characterization of the silica surface Pages Download PDF. Chapter preview. This book reviews the latest techniques and procedures in the characterization and chemical modification of the silica surface, presenting a unified and state-of-the-art approach to the relevant analysis techniques and modification procedures, covering 5/5(1).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Part 1 The silica surface: silica - preparation and properties; physical characterization of the silica surface; the surface chemistry of silica; quantification of the silanol number; the distribution of the silanol types and their desorption energies; the effect of surface.
Get this from a library. Characterization and chemical modification of the silica surface. [E F Vansant; P van der Voort; K C Vrancken] -- Oxide surface materials are widely used in many applications, in particular where chemically modified oxide surfaces are involved.
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Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 74 () Surface characterization of amorphous silica a review of work from the former USSR L.T.
Zhuravlev Institute of Physical Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Leninsky Prosp MoscowRussian Federation (Received 25 August ; accepted 30 November ) Abstract A survey is presented Cited by: Table of Contents Ch.
1 Silica: Preparation and Properties 3 Ch. 2 Physical Characterization of the Silica Surface 31 Ch. 3 The Surface Chemistry of Silica 59 Ch. 4 Quantification of the Silanol Number 79 Ch. 5 The Distribution of the Silanol Types and Their Desorption Energies 93 Ch.
6 The Effect of Surface Morphology on the Dehydroxylation Behaviour Ch. 7 Related Materials: Silicates Characterization and Chemical Modification of the Silica Surface (Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis) by E.F.
Vansant () [E.F. Vansant; P. Van Der Voort; K.C. Vrancken] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Characterization and Chemical Modification of the Silica Surface (Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis) by E.F. Vansant ()Price: $ Characterization and Chemical Modification of the Silica Surface By E.
Vansant, P. Van Der Voort, and K. Vrancken (University of Antwerp, Belgium). Elsevier Cited by: 1. Characterization and chemical modification of the silica surface by E. Vansant,Elsevier edition, in EnglishCited by: Characterization and Chemical Modification of the Silica Surface 作者: E.F.
Vansant / P. Van Der Voort / K.C. Vrancken 出版社: Elsevier Science 出版年: 定价: USD 装. Aerosil samples, heat-treated and then silylated with various silanes at various temperatures have been characterized by adsorption of benzene at K.
Adsorption and desorption isotherms were plotted and the specific surface areas were determined using the BET method. Cross-plots of adsorption were made between the silylated and the unsilylated samples to reveal in a simple Cited by: 5. The reaction of NH with a well characterized silica surface containing [[triple bond, length as m-dash]] SiOBCl surface species has been studied using FTIR photoacoustic spectroscopy and quantitative boron, chloride and ammonia analysis.
The influence of reaction. Vansant EF, Van Der Voort P, Vrancken KC () Characterization and Chemical Modification of the Silica Surface. Elsevier Science Fine Particles: Synthesis, Characterization, and Mechanisms of. E.F. Vansant, P. van der Voort, K.C. Vrancken, Characterization and Chemical Modification of the Silica Surface, Elsevier Science, New York, Compre-hensive study of surface chemistry of MCM.
surface chemistry of amorphous silica. The main advantage of this physico-chemical model lies in the possibility to determine the concentration and the distribution of different types of silanol and siloxane groups and to characterize the energetic heterogeneity of the silica surface as a function of the pretreatment temperature of SiO 2 File Size: KB.
Surface Characterization Techniques: An Overview Kazuhisa Miyoshi National Aeronautics and Space Administration Glenn Research Center Cleveland, Ohio To understand the benefits that surface modifications provide, and ultimately to devise better ones, it is necessary to study the physical, mechanical, and chemical changes they cause.
Experimental evidences for existence of surface silanol and its chemical nature here explored the idea of silica surface modification. Adsorption of trace elements in separation and preconcentration from comples synthetic mixture as well as natural water is presented.
Keywords: Silica, 4-hydroxy benzaldehyde, Metal ions, Extractor Size: KB. Studies in surface science and catalysis, Publication: Amsterdam: Elsevier, Cited by:. Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis is one of the oldest and most cited series in the field.
It offers a privileged view of the topic covering the theory, applications and engineering of all topics of catalysis, including Heterogeneous-Homogeneous, Biocatalysis and Catalysis for Polymerization.Mesostructured cellular foam (MCF) silica was synthesized via surfactant templating route.
The surface of MCF silica was then modified by grafting 3-aminopropyl-triethoxysilane (APTES) to have the positive charge, and thus, to provide sites for the immobilization of H 3 PMo 12 O 40 (PMo 12).By taking advantage of the overall negative charge of [PMo 12 O 40] 3- PMo 12 catalyst was chemically Author: Hee Soo Kim, Ji Chul Jung, Pil Kim, Kwan Young Lee, Sung Ho Yeom, In Kyu Song.The surface modification of silica has been investigated in bulk surfaces and micron size silica beads by many characterization techniques [14–19].
A reaction mechanism was suggested as through the interaction between the amino group of APTES and surface Si–OH group in anhydrous condition [ 14, 20 – 22 ] or through the self catalytic Cited by: