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The Synthesis of Mesoporous Molecular Sieve MCM-41 in Glycerol System

Synthese mesoporöser Molekularsiebe MCM-41 im Glycerol-System
Xiumei Tai, Hongxia Wang, Jian Zhang and Xiuqi Shi

Abstract

An efficient method for mesoporous molecular sieve MCM-41 was introduced in this report. In EDA/TEOS/CTAB/glycerol system, mesoporous molecular sieve MCM-41 has been synthesized at room temperature and under hydrothermal condition, respectively, characterized by X-ray power diffraction and N2 adsorption. Compared with the samples synthesized under hydrothermal condition, the samples synthesized at room temperature have better order, larger pore diameter and narrower pore diameter distribution.

Kurzfassung

Eine effiziente Methode zur Synthese mesoporöser Molekularsiebe MCM-41 wird in diesem Bericht vorgestellt. In einem EDA/TEOS/CTAB/Glycerol-System wurden mesoporöse Molekularsiebe MCM-41 bei Raumtemperatur und unter hydrothermalen Bedingungen synthetisiert und mittels Röntgenbeugungsanalyse sowie N2-Adsorption entsprechend charakterisiert. Verglichen mit den Proben die unter hydrothermalen Bedingungen synthetisiert wurden, besitzen die bei Raumtemperatur synthetisierten Proben eine bessere Ordnung, größere Porendurchmesser und eine engere Porenverteilung.


Hong-Xia Wang, China Research Institute of Daily Chemical Industry, Taiyuan 030001, Shanxi Province, P.R. China, Tel.: 0086-351-4070043. E-mail:

Xiu-Mei Tai is reading for Master degree at China Research Institute of Daily Chemical Industry. Her research fields centred at the synthesis of mesoporous molecular sieves and the application of surfactant.

Hong-Xia Wang, a professor of China Research Institute of Daily Chemical Industry, has been studying the interaction between amphiphilic molecular and mineral.

Jian Zhang is a PhD of Taiyuan University of Technology, she currently also works at China Research Institute of Daily Chemical Industry and has been engaged in surfactant research.

Xiu-Qi Shi is reading for Master degree at China Research Institute of Daily Chemical Industry. His research fields centred at the microemulsion polymerization of styrene.


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Received: 2005-02-22
Published Online: 2013-04-05
Published in Print: 2006-03-01

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