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Preparation and Characterization of Strong Polar Macro Porous Resin

Xin Qi, Yanqing Li, Denghu Chang, Jianhui Zhang, Jianchao Liu, Chaosheng Yu


The macro porous adsorption resin produced in this experiment mainly uses dipole dichloride etc. as the material, a certain proportion of mixed solution composed of pyridine and 1, 4-dioxane as the composite oxidant. Then adding a certain proportion of mixed solution composed of cyclopean and paraffin in the homogeneous solution of cellulose as the photogenic agent. As a result, these materials will polymerize, and generate the resin. Among these materials, the cellulose is polymeric monomer, dipole dichloride is cross linker, and they crosslink and polymerize each other, forming the porous skeletal structure of the macro porous adsorption resin, which is a kind of cross linked polymer consisting of ion exchange group. For the synthetic macro porous resin, using Fourier infrared spectrometer for pressed characterization, and scanning electron microscope (SEM) for resin pore-forming characterization, the result shows that the new macro porous resin has been synthesized. This paper taking ruin as adsorb ate explores the adsorption property of the synthetic macro porous resin to glycoside material, including property of equilibrium adsorption, static adsorption and adsorption. Meanwhile the influence of different solvents on the resin adsorption property is testified. After a general comparison, we have found that the resin has the strongest adsorption property in ethanol solvent, while for adsorption, the best effect is reached when using water as the elegant. What's more, the adsorption data shows that the adsorption of ruin on the very resin conforms to the Freundlich isothermal adsorption equation.

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International Journal of Chemistry   ISSN 1916-9698 (Print)   ISSN 1916-9701 (Online)

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