FUNZIONALIZZAZIONE DELLA SUPERFICIE DELL’ALLOSITE MEDIANTE RISCALDAMENTO A MICROONDE

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The allosite (Al2Si2O5 • 2H2O), is a natural aluminosilicate, chemically similar to kaolin; it has a hollow tubular structure of the order of micrometers (0.5-1 mM) and an inner diameter of the order of nanometers (15 nm). The allosite nanotubes (HNT) SiO2 groups present on the outer surface while on the inner aloh groups. Given the structural characteristics, HNT find applications as Host, acting in some cases by nano-reactors. These applications are, however, limited dall'idrofilia surface, both internal and external. In this work we have been developed a new synthetic methodology that provides for the ultilizzo of microwaves to anchor organosilanes as precursors for subsequent material changes with appropriate organic molecules such as for example, in our case, Ionic Liquids (IL).
Original languageItalian
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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