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Influence of several metal ions on the gelation activation energy of silicon tetraethoxide

Narottam P. Bansal

Influence of several metal ions on the gelation activation energy of silicon tetraethoxide

by Narottam P. Bansal

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Silica gel.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNarottam P. Bansal.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 101380.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15293527M

    The energy of an atom is increased when electromagnetic radiation is emitted from it. III. The energy of electromagnetic radiation increases as its frequency increases. IV. An electron in the n = 4 state in the hydrogen atom can go to the n = 2 state by emitting electromagnetic radiation at . Lithium is a chemical element with atomic number 3 which means there are 3 protons and 3 electrons in the atomic chemical symbol for Lithium is Li. It is a soft, silvery-white alkali metal. Under standard conditions, it is the lightest metal and the lightest solid element. Like all alkali metals, lithium is highly reactive and flammable, and is stored in mineral oil.

    METALLIC: positively charged metal ions (cores of the atoms) and delocalized valence electrons (electron cloud or sea) Metallic bonding: the electrostatic attraction between them. IONIZATION E The first ionization energy is the energy needed to remove the highest- energy electron from the neutral atom in the gaseous state. highest top right. and ng.   The thinner the silicon crystal, the easier it is to manipulate the trajectories of very high-energy ions in particle accelerators. Further applications include materials analysis, semiconductor.

      These ions form ionic bonds with carboxylic acid groups on the gelatin molecule chains, as shown in Figure 10 A. During the gelation process, the gelatin peptides aggregate and physically crosslink with each other to form the gel. The presence of divalent metal ions could accelerate the protein aggregation Alkaline sodium silicate (Na-silicate) is environment-friendly and possesses water-like viscosity during the injection stage for in-depth reservoir treatment to enhance sweep efficiency. Gel setting time (tg) and gel strength are interrelated. Factors that accelerate tg are Na-silicate content (wt%), low pH, presence of divalent ions and temperature.


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Influence of several metal ions on the gelation activation energy of silicon tetraethoxide by Narottam P. Bansal Download PDF EPUB FB2

The effects of nine metal cations (Li +, Na +, Mg 2+, Ca 2+, Sr 2+, Cu 2+, Al 3+, La 3+, and Y 3+) on silica gel formation have been investigated by studying the hydrolysis and polycondensation of silicon tetraethoxide (TEOS) in the presence of metal influence of the water: TEOS mole ratio, metal ion concentration, and the reaction temperature has been by:   The influence of water:TEOS mole ratio, metal ion concentration, and the reaction temperature has been investigated.

The overall activation energy for gel formation has been determined from the temperature dependence of the time of gelation for each system.

The activation energy for -Si-O-Si- network formation is found to be kJ/ by: The influence of water:TEOS mole ratio, metal ion concentration, and the reaction temperature has been investigated.

The overall activation energy for gel formation has been determined from the temperature dependence of the time of gelation for each system. The activation energy for -Si-O-Si- network formation is found to be kJ/: Narottam P.

Bansal. The influence of water: TEOS mole ratio, metal ion concentration, and the reaction temperature has been investigated. The overall activation energy for gel formation has been determined from the temperature dependence of the time of gelation for each system.

The activation energy for -Si-O-Si- network formation is found to be kJ/: Narottam P. Bansal. Influence of several metal ions on the gelation activation energy of silicon tetraethoxide The effects of nine metal cations (Li(+), Na(+), Mg(2+), Ca(2+), Sr(2+), Cu(2+), Al(3+), La(3+), and Y(3+) on silica gel formation has been investigated by studying the hydrolysis and polycondensation of silicon tetraethoxide (TEOS) in the presence of metal nitrates.

The concentration of metal ion (Mg2+, Ca2+, Y3+) or the water: TEOS mole ratio had no appreciable effect on the gelation activation energy. A simple test has been proposed to determine whether a. These findings may be explained by an increase of the gelation activation energy of TEOS as described by Bansal () for Cu 2+.

Cadmium ions promoted the initial steps of silica polymerization like other metals such as Na +, Mg 2+, Ca 2+ and Sr 2+ (Bansal, ). The substitution of B for Al in the β-eucryptite structure was examined along the compositional series described by the stoichiometry LiAl (1−x) B x SiO 4 with x ranging from 0 to 1.

These samples were prepared according to a sol-gel route which employs prehydrolysed tetraethylorthosilicate (TEOS), Al and Li nitrates and boric acid in aqueous solution. The XPS results demonstrated that the presence of both Ag and Au NPs in the composite film is in each metal state.

The optical absorption spectra of the composite film further confirmed the formation of nanosized Au and Ag particles, given by the two surface plasmon resonance (SPR) peaks.

The impact of ions on hydrogel strength is not well understood, in particular with regards to specific ion effects for cations. Herein, we find that divalent and monovalent cations in most cases reduce the modulus and melting temperature while increasing the gelation time of gelatin hydrogels.

This behavior is in contrast to the well-known stiffening effect of trivalent metals. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Abstract. Poly(1-oxotrimethylene) (POTM) was dissolved in aqueous solutions containing ZnCl 2, CaCl 2, and LiCl, and the effects of boric acid introduction on the phase stability of the POTM solutions over various aging times were the absence of boric acid, aging at 70°C for 8 h notably reduced the loss tangent (tanδ) for the wt.% POTM solutions.

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Bansal NP () Influence of Several Metal Ions on the Gelation Activation Energy of Silicon Tetraethoxide. J Am Ceram Soc – CrossRef Google Scholar Although the electrochemical behavior of metals used in orthopedic implants has been studied extensively, the material interactions with proteins during corrosion processes remains poorly understood.

Some studies suggest that metal-protein interactions accelerate corrosion, while others suggest that proteins protect the material from degradation. Corrosion of implant materials is a major. A comparison of gelation times for wt% with DW, LSW and composed LSW without the divalent cations (Ca 2+ and Mg 2+) shows that the ratio between gelation times of LSW and DW is approximatelyand this ratio for divalent ion-free LSW is aboutas shown in Figure 9.

This confirms the influence of the divalent ions on gelation time. ABSTRACT: The passivation by diffusing H2 of silicon dangling bond defects (E’ centers, O3≡Si•) induced by laser irradiation in amorphous SiO2 (silica), is investigated in situ at several temperatures.

It is found that the reaction between E’ center and H2 requires an activation energy of eV, and that its kinetics is not diffusion. According to the Aufbau process, the electrons fill the 4 s sublevel before beginning to fill the 3 d sublevel. However, the outermost s electrons are always the first to be removed in the process of forming transition metal cations.

Because most transition metals have two valence electrons, the charge of 2+ is a very common one for their ions. Energies7 2.

Theory Na-silicate is a generic name for a family of inorganic compounds composed of silica (silicon dioxide) and sodium oxide in various proportions [(SiO2)n:Na2O, n. Ionic gelation (IG), earlier known as ‘ion-induced gelation’, results in nanoparticles (NPs) and microparticles (MPs) with defects such as improper surface morphology, fragile particulate system, high dispersibility index, and lack of proper surface modification sites to attach functional moieties.[] Here, we attempt to overcome.

The apparent activation energy of the cross-linking leading to the gelation is calculated from the gelling times at various temperatures. For TMOS tetramethylorthos. b. on hydrolysis ratio. [19] Chemical procedure. The best sol-gel solution procedure, which was developed experimentally throughout the work, is briefly described as follows.

The best.the carboxylic groups of the CMC with multivalent metal ions can be used to form so called ionotropic gels, which are predominantly stabilized by the electrostatic interactions.

In addition, interactions between the OH groups of the polymer and the metal ions – contribute to the stability and the water insolubility of these polymeric aggregates.Metal complexes consist of a central metal atom or ion surrounded by several atoms, ions or molecules, called ligands.

Ligands are ions or molecules that can have an independent existence, and are attached to the central metal atom or ion. Examples of ligands are halide ions, carbon monoxide, ammonia, cyanide ion, etc.