Study of structure properties of organized silica sorbents synthesized on polymeric templates
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Mesoporous silica materials were synthesized by applying Pluronic type polymers as pore creating agents. The composition of a reacting mixture and the process conditions were changed in a synthesis procedure. These changes differentiated the characteristics of porous structure of obtained sorbents. The parameters characterizing the pore structure were estimated and the changes of pore arrangement of obtained materials being a result of different synthesis conditions were investigated. The small-angle XRD results indicate that F cubic structure was formed what confirms the cage-like ordering of the synthesized silicas.
KeywordsMesoporous silicas Kinetics of adsorption from solution
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