Synthesis and Characterization of Nano Y Zeolite Using MWCNT as Media for Crystal Growth
Keywords:Carbon nanotube, catalytic synthesis, Nano Y zeolite, MWCNT
The present research was conducted to synthesis Y-Zeolite by sol-gel technique using MWCNT (multiwalled carbon nanotubes) as crystallization medium to get a narrow range of particle size distribution with small average size compared with ordinary methods. The phase pattern, chemical structure, particle size, and surface area were detected by XRD, FTIR, BET and AFM, respectively. Results shown that the average size of Zeolite with and without using MWCNT were (92.39) nm and (55.17) nm respectively .Particle size range reduced from (150-55) nm to (130-30) nm. The surface area enhanced to be (558) m2/g with slightly large pore volume (0.231) km3/g was obtained. Meanwhile, degree of crystallization decreased to 120%.
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Received on 21/01/2019
Accepted on 25/02/2019
Published on 30/12/2019
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