Preparation of zeolite-based zirconium functional materials (Ze-Zr) with the aid of response surface methodology

Duan, Z, Li, G, Zhou, L, Gui, H, Tan, W, Jegatheesan, J, Shu, L, Wang, H and Yang, M 2017, 'Preparation of zeolite-based zirconium functional materials (Ze-Zr) with the aid of response surface methodology', Process Safety and Environmental Protection, vol. 112, pp. 353-361.


Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Preparation of zeolite-based zirconium functional materials (Ze-Zr) with the aid of response surface methodology
Author(s) Duan, Z
Li, G
Zhou, L
Gui, H
Tan, W
Jegatheesan, J
Shu, L
Wang, H
Yang, M
Year 2017
Journal name Process Safety and Environmental Protection
Volume number 112
Start page 353
End page 361
Total pages 9
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract Zeolite-based zirconium functional materials (Ze-Zr) were obtained by the response surface methodology (RSM). The experimental conditions such as zeolite particle size, the concentration of zirconium oxychloride, mass ratio of zeolite and zirconium, processing time and temperature and assimilation temperature were optimized. The central BoxBehnken design (BBD) and mathematical modelling were adopted for optimizing experimental parameters. FT-IR, XRD and SEM were used to analyze the structure and morphology of the obtained Ze-Zr materials. The Ze-Zr materials with highest phosphorus removal rate of 97.08% were prepared under the following conditions: 0.150.20 mm of zeolite, 0.04 M zirconium, mass ratio of 0.09 of zeolite and zirconium, processing for 4 h and 100 °C as drying temperature.
Subject Environmental Technologies
Environmental Engineering Modelling
Keyword(s) Adsorption
Functional materials
Phosphorus removal
Response surface methodology
Zeolite-based zirconium
DOI - identifier 10.1016/j.psep.2017.09.007
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