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    Title: Effect of Alkyl Properties and Head Groups of Cationic Surfactants on Retention of Cesium by Organoclays
    Authors: Wang,TH;Hsieh,CJ;Lin,SM;Wu,DC;Li,MH;Teng,SP
    Contributors: 水文與海洋科學研究所
    Keywords: MODIFIED MONTMORILLONITE;WYOMING MONTMORILLONITE;AQUEOUS-SOLUTION;ADSORPTION;INTERCALATION;SORPTION;CLAY;BENTONITE;TITRATION;MINERALS
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2012-03-27 17:33:01 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: Cationic surfactants modified clays exhibit high sorptive capability toward anionic radionuclides but retention of cationic radionuclides was concurrently reduced. In this study, organoclays were synthesized by intercalating a variety of primary/quaternary alkylammonium species (NH(2)R/(CH(3))(3)N(+)RBr(-), where R = benzyl, dodecyl, and octadecyl) into bentonite MX-80. The effect of surfactant's properties on enhancing or limiting cationic sorption capability was investigated by performing Cs sorption experiments. Experimental results were analyzed using the MINEQL+ software by considering Cs uptake by structural and edge sorption sites. Bentonites that were intercalated with primary alkylammonium surfactants had a higher sorptive capacity than those intercalated with quaternary alkylammonium surfactants. Samples intercalated with octadecyl-bearing surfactants had the lowest sorption rate. XRD and FTIR analyses revealed that each organoclay had a characteristic arrangement of alkyl chains. The cation retention of organoclays was dominated by the extent of hydrophobic interactions affected byte local distribution and arrangement of surfactants. The intercalated primary alkylammoniun surfactants tended to transform into local clusters with a high packing density, leaving more structural sites available for Cs uptake. In contrast, the NH(3)R(+)-surfactants tended to form a denser monolayer over clay surface, inhibiting the retention of Cs at structural sites.
    Relation: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
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