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Year 2020, Volume 21, 139 - 152, 27.11.2020
https://doi.org/10.18038/estubtda.829712

Abstract

References

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  • West CC, Harwell JH, Surfactants and subsurface remediation. Environmental Science & Technology, 1992; 26(12): 2324-2330.
  • Yakovleva AA. Analysis of techniques for improving the adsorption capacity of talc. Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces 2019; 55(3): 439–444.
  • Yamaguchi Y, Hoffmann H. Interaction between saponite and cationic, zwitterionic and nonionic surfactants. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects1997; 121: 67-80.
  • Zhang R, Somasundaran P. Advances in adsorption of surfactants and their mixtures at solid/solution interfaces. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science 2006; 123–126: 213–229.

ADSORPTION BEHAVIOUR OF IONIC AND NON-IONIC SURFACTANTS ONTO TALC A NATURALLY HYDROPHOBIC MINERAL-A COMPARATIVE STUDY

Year 2020, Volume 21, 139 - 152, 27.11.2020
https://doi.org/10.18038/estubtda.829712

Abstract

In present study, the adsorption behaviour of surfactants which are cationic (hexadecyltrimethylammonium bromide, HTAB), anionic (sodium dodecyl sulphate, SDS) and non-ionic (Triton X-100, TX-100) onto naturally hydrophobic talc were investigated. In this scope, a series of batch adsorption tests at natural pH were performed to determine adsorption isotherms and zeta potential (ZP) measurements of the ionic and non-ionic surfactants onto talc surfaces were measured using electrophoresis technique. To understand the mechanism of the adsorption process, the adsorption of ionic and non-ionic surfactants was studied as a function equilibrium concentration (mol/L). The amount of maximum adsorption of the surfactants onto talc are ordered as in the following: TX-100 (9.0x10-5 mol/m2)>HTAB (8.5x10-5 mol/m2) > SDS (5.32x10-5 mol/m2). Even though both the SDS and talc have negative surface charge, SDS can adsorb onto talc. Moreover, a good correlation was seen between the adsorption isotherms and the zeta potential curves. Considering their adsorption isotherms, the ionic surfactants were showed different adsorption behaviour concerning the non-ionic surfactant molecules. The adsorption isotherms of TX-100 and SDS increase rapidly in a narrow concentration range until the plateau region, while such a sharp increase does not appear for HTAB. The maximum adsorption amount of TX-100 and HTAB is greater than SDS. The results indicate that hydrophobic interaction and hydrogen bonding play a decisive role on the adsorption of non-ionic and anionic surfactants onto talc a naturally hydrophobic mineral, whereas electrostatic interaction becomes more important in the adsorption of cationic surfactant.

References

  • Atkin R, Craig VSJ, Wanless EJ, Biggs S. Mechanism of cationic surfactant adsorption at the solid–aqueous interface. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, 2003; 103(3): 219-304.
  • Atluri V, Jina J, Shrimali K, Dang L, Wang X, Miller D. The hydrophobic surface state of talc as influenced by aluminum substitution in the tetrahedral layer. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2019; 536: 737–748.
  • Breen C, Thompson G, Webb M. Preparation, thermal stability and decomposition routes of clay/TritonX-100 composites. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 1999; 9 (12): 3159.
  • Deer WA, Howie RA & Zussman J. An Introduction to the Rock-Forming Minerals. Longman Scientific & Technical, 1992, Essex, UK.
  • Eastoe J. Surfactant Aggregation and Adsorption at Interfaces; in Colloid Science Principles, Methods and Applications (Ed.: T.Cosgrove), Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, pp.50–76, 2005.
  • Ersoy B, Çelik M.S. Uptake of aniline and nitrobenzenefrom aqueous solution by organo‐Zeolite. Environmental Technology 2004; 25(3): 341-348.
  • Ersoy B, Dikmen S, Yıldız A. Gören, R. Elitok Ö. Mineralogical and Physicochemical Properties of Talc from Emirdağ. Turkish J Earth Sci 2013; 22: 632–644.
  • García-Cervilla R, Santos A, Romero A, Lorenzo D. Compatibility of nonionic and anionic surfactants with persulfateactivated by alkali in the abatement of chlorinated organic compounds in aqueous phase. Science of the Total Environment 2021; 751: 141782.
  • Gitipour S, Bowers MT, Huff W, Bodocs A. The efficiency of modified bentonite clays for removal of aromatic organics from oily liquid wastes, Spill Science & Technology Bulletin 1997; 4(3): 155-164. Gören R, Göçmez H, Özgür C. Synthesis of cordierite powder from talc, diatomite and alumina. Ceramic International 2006; 32: 407–409. Grim RE, Clay Mineralogy, Int. Series in Earth Sciences. McGraw-Hill, 1968, New York.
  • Haggerty GM, Bowman RS, Sorption of chromate and other inorganic anions by organo-zeolite. Environmental Science & Technology 1994; 28(3): 452–458.
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  • Karapanagioti HK, Sabatini DA, Bowman RS, Partitioning of hydrophobic organic chemicals (HOC) into anionic and cationic surfactant-modified sorbents. Water Research 2005; 39(4): 699–709.
  • Kaya A, Yukselen Y. Zeta potential of soils with surfactants and its relevance to electrokinetic remediation. Journal of Hazardous Materials B 2005; 120: 119–126.
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  • Neto JBR, Moreno R, Rheological behaviour of kaolin/talc/alumina suspensions for manufacturing cordierite foams. Applied Clay Science, 2007; 3: 157–166.
  • Nkoumbou C, Villieras F, Barres O, Bihannic I, Pelletier M, Razafitianamaharavo A, Metang V, Yonta Ngoune C, Njopwouo D, Yvon J. Physicochemical properties of talc ore from Pout-Kelle and Memel deposits (central Cameroon). Clay Minerals 2008b; 43: 317–337.
  • Oroscoa P, del Ruiz M, González J. Phase transformations of a talc ore under heated chlorine atmosphere. Thermochimica Acta 2013; 554: 15–24.
  • Özdemir O, Çınar M, Sabah E. Arslan F, Çelik MS. Adsorption of anionic surfactants onto sepiolite. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2007; 147: 625–632.
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  • Yakovleva AA. Analysis of techniques for improving the adsorption capacity of talc. Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces 2019; 55(3): 439–444.
  • Yamaguchi Y, Hoffmann H. Interaction between saponite and cationic, zwitterionic and nonionic surfactants. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects1997; 121: 67-80.
  • Zhang R, Somasundaran P. Advances in adsorption of surfactants and their mixtures at solid/solution interfaces. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science 2006; 123–126: 213–229.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Engineering
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Sedef DİKMEN> (Primary Author)
Eskişehir Teknik Üniversitesi Fen Fakültesi
0000-0002-6164-4710
Türkiye


Bahri ERSOY>
AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY
0000-0002-0075-9039
Türkiye


Zafer DİKMEN>
ESKISEHIR TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
0000-0002-2878-8894
Türkiye

Thanks The authors would like to thank Tülay Tıraş (Eskişehir Technical University, Physics Department- Spectroscopy Laboratory) for her support in the use of the Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrophotometer.
Publication Date November 27, 2020
Published in Issue Year 2020, Volume 21, Issue

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AMA Dikmen S. , Ersoy B. , Dikmen Z. ADSORPTION BEHAVIOUR OF IONIC AND NON-IONIC SURFACTANTS ONTO TALC A NATURALLY HYDROPHOBIC MINERAL-A COMPARATIVE STUDY. Eskişehir Technical University Journal of Science and Technology A - Applied Sciences and Engineering. 2020; 21: 139-152.