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Hybrid organic inorganic sorption materials

Description

Hybrid organic inorganic sorption materials for obtaining of a high quality drinking water has been created. Each component of this material characterized by ion-exchanging and ion-conducting properties.

As the polymer component using ion exchange membranes, resins, and for inorganic oxide and phosphate compounds of multivalent metals, silica, etc. The combination of different by nature materials ensures availability in composites some complex of certain functional properties: high exchange capacity, significant flowing conductivity at temperatures up to 423K, the selectivity to heavy metal ions, etc. Organic inorganic composites are used in fuel cells, membrane and ion exchange processes of separation, catalytic processes. Moreover, these inorganic materials are used for the modification of nonconducting polymers: polyvinyl alcohol, caoutchouc, rubber and so on. It is also possible to achieve increased flexibility, strength and thermal stability of the polymeric material.

Innovative Aspect and Main Advantages

Physicochemical and exploitation properties are increased in comparison with existing commercial analogues.

Areas of Application

  • analytical chemistry,
  • a high quality drinking water,
  • extraction and separation of ionic components,
  • purification of water and non aqueous solutions from particles of heavy metals, isotopes and undesirable impurities.



TEM image of a cross section of an ion exchange resin granules containing zirconium phosphate nanoparticles

Contact Details

Sergey Vasilyuk
Organization: Vernadsky Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of NASU
Adress: 32/34, Palladin Ave., Kyiv, Ukraine
(+38044) 424-0462; (+38067) 401-8848
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