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Colloidal Silica Production with Resin from Sodium Silicate and Optimization of Process

Year 2024, Volume: 9 Issue: 1, 1 - 10
https://doi.org/10.56171/ojn.1402531

Abstract

Colloidal silica is a stable and homogeneously dispersed form of amorphous silicon dioxide (SiO2) nanoparticles in water. Colloidal silica has been the focus of research due to large surface area, biocompatibility, low toxicity and chemical and thermal stability. It has been used in a wide variety of industrial applications, including pulp and paper, chromatography, electronics, foods, and colloids, as well as in the ceramics and glass industry. In this study, colloidal silica was produced using cationic resin and sodium silicate and process conditions were optimized. Temperature (50-80 °C), mixing speed (200-500 rpm) and time (20-120 min.), which significantly affect the particle size, were selected as parameters. Particle size distribution (PSD) analyzes of colloidal silica particles were performed to determine appropriate levels of the parameters. The most suitable process conditions are 50°C temperature, 40 min. and 300 rpm. The average particle size of colloidal silica produced in optimum conditions was measured as 80 nm.

Supporting Institution

This study was supported by Project No. 1919B012107996 in Tübitak 2209/A category

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Sodyum Silikat ve Reçineden Kolloidal Silika Üretimi ve Proses Şartlarının Optimizasyonu

Year 2024, Volume: 9 Issue: 1, 1 - 10
https://doi.org/10.56171/ojn.1402531

Abstract

Kolloidal silika, amorf silisyum dioksit (SiO2) nanopartiküllerinin suda kararlı ve homojen bir şekilde dağılmış halidir. Kolloidal silika, geniş yüzey alanı, biyouyumluluğu, düşük toksisitesi ve kimyasal ve termal kararlılığı nedeniyle araştırmaların odak noktası olmuştur. Kağıt hamuru ve kağıt, kromatografi, elektronik, gıdalar ve kolloidlerin yanı sıra seramik ve cam endüstrisini de içeren çok çeşitli endüstriyel uygulamada kullanılmaktadır. Bu çalışmada, katyonik reçine ve sodyum silikat kullanılarak koloidal silika üretilmiş ve proses koşulları optimize edilmiştir. Parçacık boyutunu önemli ölçüde etkileyen sıcaklık (50-80 °C), karıştırma hızı (200-500 dev./dk.) ve süre (20-120 dk.) parametre olarak seçilmiştir. En uygun proses koşulları 50°C sıcaklık, 40 dk. ve 300 dev/dk.'dir. Optimum koşullarda üretilen koloidal silikanın ortalama parçacık boyutu 80 nm olarak ölçülmüştür.

Supporting Institution

Bu çalışma Tübitak tarafından 1919B012107996 nolu proje ile desteklenmiştir.

References

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  • [3] Blute, I., Pugh, R. J., van de Pas, J., & Callaghan, I. (2007). Silica nanoparticle sols. 1. Surface chemical characterization and evaluation of the foam generation (foamability). Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 313(2). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcis.2007.05.013
  • [4] Hyde, E. D. E. R., Seyfaee, A., Neville, F., & Moreno-Atanasio, R. (2016). Colloidal Silica Particle Synthesis and Future Industrial Manufacturing Pathways: A Review. In Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research (Vol. 55, Issue 33). https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.iecr.6b01839
  • [5] Falamaki, C. (2002). Mass transfer mechanisms in the fixed-bed ion-exchange process for dilute colloidal silica manufacture. Chemical Engineering and Technology, 25(9). https://doi.org/10.1002/1521-4125(20020910)25:9<905:AID-CEAT905>3.0.CO;2-8
  • [6] Kobayashi, M., Juillerat, F., Galletto, P., Bowen, P., & Borkovec, M. (2005). Aggregation and charging of colloidal silica particles: Effect of particle size. Langmuir, 21(13). https://doi.org/10.1021/la046829z
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  • [8] Kong, H., Huo, J., Liang, C., Li, S., Liu, W., & Song, Z. (2016). Polydisperse spherical colloidal silica particles: Preparation and application. Chinese Physics B, 25(11). https://doi.org/10.1088/1674-1056/25/11/118202
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  • [20] Yoshida, A., (2006). Silicic acids and colloidal silica. In: Bergna, H. E., Roberts, W. O. (eds) Colloidal silica: fundamentals and applications; surfactant science series, vol. 131. CRC Press Taylor &amp; Francis Group, Boca Raton, 37–39.
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Primary Language English
Subjects Polymer Science and Technologies, Chemical Engineering (Other)
Journal Section Research Article
Authors

Buse Akkaya 0009-0005-7414-4837

Jiyan Aslan 0009-0002-8543-2736

Rukiye Taşdemir 0000-0002-1150-1420

İlker Erdem 0000-0001-5743-0835

Mehmet Gönen 0000-0001-5780-4622

Publication Date
Submission Date December 9, 2023
Acceptance Date January 1, 2024
Published in Issue Year 2024 Volume: 9 Issue: 1

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APA Akkaya, B., Aslan, J., Taşdemir, R., Erdem, İ., et al. (n.d.). Colloidal Silica Production with Resin from Sodium Silicate and Optimization of Process. Open Journal of Nano, 9(1), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.56171/ojn.1402531
AMA Akkaya B, Aslan J, Taşdemir R, Erdem İ, Gönen M. Colloidal Silica Production with Resin from Sodium Silicate and Optimization of Process. OJN. 9(1):1-10. doi:10.56171/ojn.1402531
Chicago Akkaya, Buse, Jiyan Aslan, Rukiye Taşdemir, İlker Erdem, and Mehmet Gönen. “Colloidal Silica Production With Resin from Sodium Silicate and Optimization of Process”. Open Journal of Nano 9, no. 1 n.d.: 1-10. https://doi.org/10.56171/ojn.1402531.
EndNote Akkaya B, Aslan J, Taşdemir R, Erdem İ, Gönen M Colloidal Silica Production with Resin from Sodium Silicate and Optimization of Process. Open Journal of Nano 9 1 1–10.
IEEE B. Akkaya, J. Aslan, R. Taşdemir, İ. Erdem, and M. Gönen, “Colloidal Silica Production with Resin from Sodium Silicate and Optimization of Process”, OJN, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 1–10, doi: 10.56171/ojn.1402531.
ISNAD Akkaya, Buse et al. “Colloidal Silica Production With Resin from Sodium Silicate and Optimization of Process”. Open Journal of Nano 9/1 (n.d.), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.56171/ojn.1402531.
JAMA Akkaya B, Aslan J, Taşdemir R, Erdem İ, Gönen M. Colloidal Silica Production with Resin from Sodium Silicate and Optimization of Process. OJN.;9:1–10.
MLA Akkaya, Buse et al. “Colloidal Silica Production With Resin from Sodium Silicate and Optimization of Process”. Open Journal of Nano, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 1-10, doi:10.56171/ojn.1402531.
Vancouver Akkaya B, Aslan J, Taşdemir R, Erdem İ, Gönen M. Colloidal Silica Production with Resin from Sodium Silicate and Optimization of Process. OJN. 9(1):1-10.

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