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Investigation of the polyvinyl alcohol stabilization mechanism and adsorption properties on the surface of ternary mixed nanooxide AST 50 (Al2O3-SiO2-TiO2).

Wiśniewska M, Ostolska I, Szewczuk-Karpisz K, Chibowski S, Terpiłowski K, Gun'ko VM, Zarko VI - J Nanopart Res (2015)

Bottom Line: Due to the nonionic character of the analyzed macromolecular compound, the polymer attendance has an insignificant effect on the AST 50 surface charge density.In turn, in an alkaline medium the mixed oxide suspensions exhibit the highest durability, which is a result of a large number of the negative charges on the AST 50 surface.The addition of PVA 100 significantly improves the suspension stability at pH 3 and 6; at higher pH value, the polymer presence does not influence the system durability.

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Affiliation: Department of Radiochemistry and Colloids Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, M. Curie-Sklodowska Sq. 3, 20-031 Lublin, Poland.

ABSTRACT

A new adsorbent consisting of fumed, mixed alumina, silica, and titania in various proportions (AST 50) was investigated. The studied material was prepared by chemical vapor deposition method. The diameter of AST 50 primary particles was equal to about 51 nm which denotes that it can be classified as a nanomaterial. In the presented paper, the adsorption properties of polyvinyl alcohol on the ternary oxide were investigated. The polymer macromolecules were characterized by two different molecular weights and degree of hydrolysis. The polymer adsorption reaches the maximum at pH 3 and decreases with the solution pH rise. The reduction of the adsorbed PVA macromolecules is related to the electrostatic repulsion forces occurring in the studied system. The AST 50 point of zero charge (pHpzc) obtained from the potentiometric titration is equal to 4.7. Due to the nonionic character of the analyzed macromolecular compound, the polymer attendance has an insignificant effect on the AST 50 surface charge density. In the case of the adsorbent particles zeta potential, the obtained dependencies are different in the absence and presence of PVA. The shift of the slipping plane and displacement of the counter-ions from Stern layer by the adsorbed polymer chains have the greatest effect on the ζ potential value. The stability measurements indicate that the AST 50 suspensions in the presence of the background electrolyte at pH 3 and 6 are unstable. In turn, in an alkaline medium the mixed oxide suspensions exhibit the highest durability, which is a result of a large number of the negative charges on the AST 50 surface. The addition of PVA 100 significantly improves the suspension stability at pH 3 and 6; at higher pH value, the polymer presence does not influence the system durability. It is related to the steric and electrosteric stabilization of the colloidal particles by the adsorbed polyvinyl alcohol macromolecules.

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Transmission and backscatter curves for the AST 50 suspensions containing PVA 100 (at a concentration of 100 ppm): a pH 3, b pH 6, c pH 9
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Fig11: Transmission and backscatter curves for the AST 50 suspensions containing PVA 100 (at a concentration of 100 ppm): a pH 3, b pH 6, c pH 9

Mentions: The addition of the nonionic polymer (PVA 100) has an essential influence on the AST 50 suspension stability (Figs. 11 (a–c) and 12). As follows from the turbidimetric data analysis, the system stability growth is observed for the samples at both pH 3 and 6—the transmission intensity was reduced by half compared to the values obtained without PVA under the same conditions. The TSI coefficient value is also lower. In turn, at pH 9 there are no significant stability changes associated with the PVA 100 presence (TSI = 3.55). The proposed stabilization (destabilization) mechanism for the AST 50 suspensions in the presence of PVA 100 is shown in Fig. 13.Fig. 11


Investigation of the polyvinyl alcohol stabilization mechanism and adsorption properties on the surface of ternary mixed nanooxide AST 50 (Al2O3-SiO2-TiO2).

Wiśniewska M, Ostolska I, Szewczuk-Karpisz K, Chibowski S, Terpiłowski K, Gun'ko VM, Zarko VI - J Nanopart Res (2015)

Transmission and backscatter curves for the AST 50 suspensions containing PVA 100 (at a concentration of 100 ppm): a pH 3, b pH 6, c pH 9
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Fig11: Transmission and backscatter curves for the AST 50 suspensions containing PVA 100 (at a concentration of 100 ppm): a pH 3, b pH 6, c pH 9
Mentions: The addition of the nonionic polymer (PVA 100) has an essential influence on the AST 50 suspension stability (Figs. 11 (a–c) and 12). As follows from the turbidimetric data analysis, the system stability growth is observed for the samples at both pH 3 and 6—the transmission intensity was reduced by half compared to the values obtained without PVA under the same conditions. The TSI coefficient value is also lower. In turn, at pH 9 there are no significant stability changes associated with the PVA 100 presence (TSI = 3.55). The proposed stabilization (destabilization) mechanism for the AST 50 suspensions in the presence of PVA 100 is shown in Fig. 13.Fig. 11

Bottom Line: Due to the nonionic character of the analyzed macromolecular compound, the polymer attendance has an insignificant effect on the AST 50 surface charge density.In turn, in an alkaline medium the mixed oxide suspensions exhibit the highest durability, which is a result of a large number of the negative charges on the AST 50 surface.The addition of PVA 100 significantly improves the suspension stability at pH 3 and 6; at higher pH value, the polymer presence does not influence the system durability.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Radiochemistry and Colloids Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, M. Curie-Sklodowska Sq. 3, 20-031 Lublin, Poland.

ABSTRACT

A new adsorbent consisting of fumed, mixed alumina, silica, and titania in various proportions (AST 50) was investigated. The studied material was prepared by chemical vapor deposition method. The diameter of AST 50 primary particles was equal to about 51 nm which denotes that it can be classified as a nanomaterial. In the presented paper, the adsorption properties of polyvinyl alcohol on the ternary oxide were investigated. The polymer macromolecules were characterized by two different molecular weights and degree of hydrolysis. The polymer adsorption reaches the maximum at pH 3 and decreases with the solution pH rise. The reduction of the adsorbed PVA macromolecules is related to the electrostatic repulsion forces occurring in the studied system. The AST 50 point of zero charge (pHpzc) obtained from the potentiometric titration is equal to 4.7. Due to the nonionic character of the analyzed macromolecular compound, the polymer attendance has an insignificant effect on the AST 50 surface charge density. In the case of the adsorbent particles zeta potential, the obtained dependencies are different in the absence and presence of PVA. The shift of the slipping plane and displacement of the counter-ions from Stern layer by the adsorbed polymer chains have the greatest effect on the ζ potential value. The stability measurements indicate that the AST 50 suspensions in the presence of the background electrolyte at pH 3 and 6 are unstable. In turn, in an alkaline medium the mixed oxide suspensions exhibit the highest durability, which is a result of a large number of the negative charges on the AST 50 surface. The addition of PVA 100 significantly improves the suspension stability at pH 3 and 6; at higher pH value, the polymer presence does not influence the system durability. It is related to the steric and electrosteric stabilization of the colloidal particles by the adsorbed polyvinyl alcohol macromolecules.

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