Synthesis and adsorption studies of the novelmicroporoustitanosilicate ETS-10
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Synthesis and adsorption studies of the novelmicroporoustitanosilicate ETS-10

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English

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StatementChristophe Geffray ; supervisedby M.W.Anderson.
ContributionsAnderson, M.W., Chemistry.
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As a result, ETS possesses large ion-exchange and adsorption properties, besides being acidic in the H-form. We report our studies on its synthesis, characterization using SEM, IR, TGA/DTA, UV-VIS, MAS-NMR techniques, adsorption and catalytic by: Aug 09,  · A novel synthesis process for ETS-4 titanosilicate using commercial anatase as the titanium source in the absence of fluoride ions was studied. Fluoride ions and traced ETS-4 seeds have important roles in forming ETS-4 structures. However, the method using ETS-4 seeds instead of fluoride ions to improve product purity and productivity is environment-friendly. ETS-4, ETS-4(NS), and ETS Cited by: 4. Functionalized textiles present a vast and growing niche in the global textile market at US $ billion [1, 2]. Engelhard Titanium Silicate 10 (ETS), a photocatalytic zeo-type material if coated on textiles, is expected to impart useful properties similar to TiO2, such as stain-resistant, odor repellant, bactericidal and enhanced UV protection [3, 4].Author: Shihara Shafeque. Microporous titanosilicates ETS and ETS-4 are synthesized under hydrothermal conditions using solid TiO as a source of titanium; the transformation of anatase and rutile phases to the ETS products is found to be direct without involving intermediate amorphous by:

Atomic Resolution Analysis of Microporous Titanosilicate ETS‐10 through Aberration Corrected STEM Imaging Olga Oleksiienko, Christian Wolkersdorfer and Mika Sillanpää, Titanosilicates in cation adsorption and cation exchange – A review , Synthesis and Characterization of ETS/Chitosan Nanocomposite Membranes for Pervaporation. How to Cite. Anderson, M. W. and Rocha, J. () Synthesis of Titanosilicates and Related Materials, in Handbook of Porous Solids (eds F. Schüth, K. S. W. Sing and Cited by: 3. Mar 30,  · A novel approach to designing nitric oxide (NO) storage and releasing microporous agents based on very stable, zeolite-type silicates possessing framework unsaturated transition-metal centers has been proposed. This idea has been illustrated with ETS-4 [Na9Si12Ti5O38(OH)·xH2O], a titanosilicate that displays excellent NO adsorption capacity and a slow releasing by: In this study, the uptake equilibria and mechanisms of heavy metal ions Pb(II), Cu(II), Cd(II), and Zn(II) on microporous titanosilicate ETS were attempted in the absence and presence of.

Jan 01,  · The adsorption data of divalent heavy metal ions demonstrated that, in addition to an extremely fast adsorption kinetics, the adsorptive capacities of Pb, Cu and Cd on ETS can attain up to , and mmol g, respectively, which are the highest adsorptive capacities of the heavy metal ions on zeolite materials reported so far Cited by: 2. Impedance spectroscopy was used to investigate ion transport in the microporous crystalline framework titanosilicate ETS in the frequency range from 1 Hz to 10 MHz. These data were compared to measured data from the microporous aluminosilicate zeolite X. Na-ETS was found to have a lower activation energy for ion conduction than that of NaX, kJ/mol compared to kJ/mol. He and his co-workers succeeded in the direct synthesis of the MWW-type titanosilicate, Ti-MWW, by employing boric acid in the synthesis and thereafter developed a dry gel conversion method for. Jul 01,  · In the present study, the competitive adsorption characteristics of binary and ternary heavy metal ions Pb, Cu, and Cd on microporous titanosilicate ETS were investigated in batch systems. Pure microporous titanosilicate ETS was synthesized with P25 as the Ti source and characterized by the techniques of X-ray diffraction (XRD), field emission-scanning electron microscope (FESEM Cited by: