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1 Wetting 139 18.104.22.168 Rehydration 142 22.214.171.124 Microporosity and surface roughness 143 126.96.36.199 Impurities 147 188.8.131.52 Zeta potential 147 4.5 Conclusions 164 CHAPTER 5 THE DIFFUSION OF HEAVY METAL SALT SOLUTIONS INTO POROUS SILICA MONOLITHS 166 5.1 Introduction 166 5.2 Theory and Related Studies 167 5.3 Experimental Methods 175 5.3.1 Materials 175 5.3.2 Procedures 176 5.3.3 Analysis 180 5.4 Results and Discussion 183 5.4.1 Presentation and Results 183 5.4. 1.2 Partition coefficients 186 5.4.2 Discussion of the Results 200 5.5 Conclusion 213 CHAPTER 6 INVESTIGATION OF THE BINDING OF Cr^^ TO POLYSILOXANE STRUCTURES WITH A SEMI-EMPIRICAL MOLECULAR ORBITAL MODEL 216 6.1 Introduction 216 6.2 Molecular Orbital Modeling 216 6.2.1 ZINDO 221 6.3 Experimental 222 6.3.1 Peak Shifting Phenomena 222 6.3.2 Experimental Discussion 222 6.4 Theoretical Modeling 224 6.4.1 Theoretical Method 224 6.4.2 Parameterization 224 6.4.3 Structures 225 6.4.4 Theoretical Results 225 6.5 Discussion 230 6.6 Conclusions 233 CHAPTER 7 CONCLUSIONS AND SUGGESTIONS FOR FUTURE WORK .
235 REFERENCE LIST 240 BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH 253 IV Abstract of Dissertation Presented to the Graduate School of the University of Florida in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy THE CHEMICAL BEHAVIOR OF HEAVY METAL SALT SOLUTIONS WITHIN POROUS SOL-GEL SILICA By James Michael Kunetz August 1995 Chairman: Dr. Hench Major Department: Materials Science and Engineering The purpose of this research was to study the evolution of the porous network during the processing of silica gel monoliths and to provide new knowledge about the relationships between the chemical behavior of heavy metal salt solutions and the pore structure of the porous monoliths.
Substantial efforts to "clean up" the environment initiated the research and commercialization of environmental sensing.
The current state of sensing uses materials in which the pore features of the matrix are difficult to characterize.’®'^® The combined optical and porous properties of sol-gel silica based materials make them ideal candidates for sensing applications.^® The movement of molecules through the pores of the silica matrix are influenced by the restricted geometry.^’ Understanding this molecular movement through the pores is important for sensing applications and for the doping of these sol-gel silica matrices with optically active second phases.
The isoelectric point of the porous silica was found to vary with the processing method.
The isoelectric points correlated linearly with the heats of immersion V generated in water.
VI CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Technology is defined by the New Encyclopedia Britannica to be "the application of science to the practical aims of human life or, as it is sometimes phrased, to the change and manipulation of the human environment." The late 20th century is a time in which the population’s demand upon technology is forcing the development of faster, smaller, more efficient, more practical, and more economically produced machines. He graduated from the University of Maryland in the fall of 1985 with a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering under the co-operative education program.
The stability of these different porous structures to aging in water were determined by electrophoresis measurements in the 2.5 to 5.5 p H range.HEAT TREATMENT FACILITY : Normalizing, Quench & Tempered, Normalizing & Tempering, Stress Relieved ORIGIN : India, Japan, East Europe, West Europe, USA CERTIFICATE ISO 140 OHSAS 18007 PED Cert No. API 5L GRADE B, X42, X46, X52, X56, X60, X65, X70, X80, X100 (PSL 1 & 2) 2. ASTM A672/A672M GRADE A 45, A450, A55, B60, B65, B70, C55, C60, C65, C70 8.Optical composites can be created by adding the optical dopant to the sol or to the nanosize pores which are uniformly distributed throughout the bulk. Wilhelmi, Acta Chemica Scandinavica, 4, 1950, 1131. Associate Professor of Chemistry This dissertation was submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the College of Engineering and to the Graduate School and was accepted as partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Sometimes as a consequence of the "advancement of technology or the manipulation of the environment" unwanted substances are released which threaten the quality of this environment.