Study on some factors affecting the process of synthetic MIL-100(Fe) by sonochemical synthesis method

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  • Le Thanh Bac (Corresponding Author) Institute of Chemistry and Materials, Academy of Military Science and Technology
  • Nguyen Thi Hoai Phuong Institute of Chemistry and Materials, Academy of Military Science and Technology
  • La Duc Duong Institute of Chemistry and Materials, Academy of Military Science and Technology
  • Nguyen Thi Phuong Institute of Chemistry and Materials, Academy of Military Science and Technology
  • Nguyen Thi Van Anh Hanoi National University of Education

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54939/1859-1043.j.mst.90.2023.79-86

Keywords:

MIL-100(Fe); Sonochemical synthesis method; Reaction yield.

Abstract

The Metal-Organic Framework material MIL-100(Fe) has been synthesized into iron (III) based on a 1,3,5 benzentricacboxylic organic ligand (H3BTC) by sonochemical synthesis method using a solvent that is water. Factors that affect the synthesis of materials have been investigated including sonochemical synthesis power, reaction time, reaction rate and reactant concentration. Research results show that the suitable condition for the synthesis of MIL-100 (Fe) materials by the sonochemical method is the Fe3+:H3BTC=3:2 reaction ratio with sonochemical synthesis power of 1080W at a concentration of 0.1M for a period of 10 minutes for a reaction yield of more than 72%. The resulting material was subjected to X-ray diffraction analysis, and surface area BET. The synthesized material has a high surface area of up to 1033.8 m2/g and a pore volume of 0,79 cm3/g.

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25-10-2023

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Le Thanh, B., T. H. P. Nguyễn, D. D. LA, T. P. Nguyen, and V. A. Nguyễn Thị. “Study on Some Factors Affecting the Process of Synthetic MIL-100(Fe) by Sonochemical Synthesis Method”. Journal of Military Science and Technology, vol. 90, no. 90, Oct. 2023, pp. 79-86, doi:10.54939/1859-1043.j.mst.90.2023.79-86.

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