A novel water-compatible microporous and mesoporous hyper-cross-linked resin modified with phenolic hydroxyl group (named as GQ-03) was synthesized to remove aniline in aqueous solution as compared with XAD-4. The maximum adsorption capacity of GQ-03 emerged at the molecular state for both aniline and p-cresol while the pH dependency trend of aniline adsorbed onto XAD-4 was accordant with the dissociation curve of aniline. The ionic strength influenced the adsorption obviously. The pseudo-first-order rate equation could describe the adsorption process of aniline onto GQ-03 in two stages while this equation could characterize the entire adsorption process of XAD-4. The adsorption isotherms could be correlated to the Freundlich model, higher K-F and n values for GQ-03 than XAD-4. The breakthrough capacity and the total adsorption capacity of GQ-03 and XAD-4 was up to 47.2 mg mL(-1) and 28.3 mg mL(-1), 271.7 mg mL(-1) and 115.6 mg mL(-1), respectively. The size matching between the pore diameter of GQ-03 and the molecular size of aniline, and hydrogen bonding between GQ-03 and aniline resulted in the larger adsorption capacity. Crown Copyright (C) 2012 Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Chinese Chemical Letters,2012年23(1):123-126 ISSN：1001-8417
Xiao, Gu Qing
[Long Li Ping; Wang Jiao Liang; Xiao Gu Qing] Hunan City Univ, Coll Chem & Environm Engn, Yiyang 413000, Peoples R China.
[Xiao, Gu Qing] Hunan City Univ, Coll Chem & Environm Engn, Yiyang 413000, Peoples R China.
A novel p-acetaminophen resin (named as GQ-1) was synthesized with chloromethylated polystyrene and p-acetaminophen. It can be used without any wetting process. The objective of this work was to study the adsorption performances for vanillin onto GQ-1 with two kinds of the hydrogen bond site of acetamino group and hydroxyl group. The results showed that the adsorption property of vanillin onto GQ-1 was superior to XAD-4, H103, NDA150, and NDA88. The adsorption capacity of vanillin onto GQ-1 is not greatly discrepant until the solution pH is higher than 5.31. The saturated adsorption quantity of vanillin was up to 141.32 mg/mL (wet resin) according to the dynamic adsorption and desorption experiments at 293 K. The resin could be regenerated by 7 BV ethanol. (C) 2011 Cu Qing Xiao. Published by Elsevier B.V. on behalf of Chinese Chemical Society. All rights reserved.