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Sorbents based on xerogels of zirconium, aluminum and manganese oxyhydroxides.

UDC 661.8+

Introduction. The actual problem of water supply in the world and in Ukraine in particular, is a high level of water resources pollution and the low purification rate of drinking water [1]. Along with wastewater of metallurgy, coal-mining and are-mining industries, the significant amount of pollutants is discharged including suspended particles, sulfates, iron compounds, heavy metals, etc. The concentration of iron ions in such waste drains can achieve 300 ... 8000 mg/[dm.sup.3] having pH = 1.25 ... 3 depending on industry type [2, 3]. The draining of such type waste water leads to degradation of the environmental ecological state and can have a negative impact on residential population health.

The sorbents based on metal oxides and hydroxides are used for water purification from heavy metals and polyvalent anions. These sorbents are obtained by chemical deposition of salts from inorganic salt aqueous solutions of these metals [4]. The special attention is paid to zirconium oxyhydroxide, which, due to advanced surface, chemical and mechanical stability and the evolved hydroxylhydrated cover is effective sorbent for water purification from various impurity [5]. The adding of additional ions of metals to initial solution of zirconium salt at the stage of zirconium oxyhydroxide receiving leads to improvement of sorbents properties. So, authors [6] have established that the presence of aluminum ions dopant promotes an increase the specific surface and the degree of hydroxylation of sorbent surface, the reduction of crystallites size and the increase of strength characteristics. It leads to improvement of sorption properties of received sorbents and the increase of removal efficiency for impurities during water purification. Also, the actual dopant is oxide/hydroxide of manganese which in water treatment process can act not only as sorption material, but also as the oxidation-reduction agent that increases the degree of water purification [7]. Thus, the development of sorbents containing two or more oxyhydroxides of metals gains the increasing value because such sorbents not only inherit properties of separate oxyhydroxides, but also get new due to synergetic effect [8].

The aim of this work is to determine the impact of aluminum and manganese ions additives on surface and sorption properties of zirconium oxyhydroxide based sorbents during their production process.

Materials and Methods. The sorbents based on xerogels of zirconium (ZOH), aluminum (AOH) and manganese (MOH) oxyhydroxides were prepared by sol-gel method during the hydrolysis of metal chlorides (zirconium oxychloride ZrO[Cl.sub.2], aluminum chloride Al[Cl.sub.3] and manganese chloride Mn[Cl.sub.2]) in presence of a carbamide.

Hydrolysis was carried out in solutions of metals salts with the overall concentration [C.sub.Me]=1 mol/[dm.sup.3] at the temperature T = 373 K and the following ratios of metals ions in solution: Zr:Al=1:0 (sample 1), Zr:Al=1:3 (sample 2), Zr:Al=0:1 (sample 3), Zr:Mn=10:1 (sample 4). The molar ratio of metals to carbamide for samples 1 and 4 is Me:K=1:3, for samples 2 and 3--Me:K=1:1.75 were assumed on the basis of earlier conducted researches [9]. The offered technique of hydrolysis carrying out allows receiving the high-homogenized sols of the mixed composition. Sols were granulated by their dispergating in ammonium hydroxide solution. The received spherical granules were washed out using a vacuum filter with distilled water for full removal of impurity ions and then dried at the room temperature up to the constant weight.

For studying of surface characteristics of sorbents the X-ray phase analysis and IR-spectroscopy have been used. The X-ray phase analysis of the samples, which are dried up at T = 373 K, was carried out with use of the DRON-2 diffractometer in monochromatic Cu-Ka radiation with the wavelength [lambda] = 1.54056 [Angstrom] and the software <<Match! 2>>. IR-spectroscopic researches were conducted using the PerkinElmer Spectrum BX IR-Fourier spectrometer in the pass range mode of 4000 ... 400 [cm.sup.-1] at the room temperature. Computer processing of spectra was carried out using the spectrometer-manufactured software. The porous structure of sorbents has been studied using the BET method at adsorption of water vapor [9].

The sorption properties of sorbents were investigated in static conditions with the following parameters: room temperature; sorbent mass m [approximately equal to] 0.5 g; the solution volume V = 50 [cm.sup.3]; sorption process duration--24 hours. To determine the capacity characteristics of sorbent the solutions of sodium hydroxide and sulphuric acid with concentration of 0.1 and 0.05 mol/[dm.sup.3], respectively, were used as standard solutions. Initial concentration of ferric chloride is C([Fe.sup.3+]) = 7000 mg/[dm.sup.3] (125 mmol/[dm.sup.3]). The chosen value of concentration allows to estimate the efficiency of received sorbents to remove of iron ions from acidulous industrial wastes. The process of [Fe.sup.3+] ions adsorption was carried out at initial pH = 1.3. In such pH range the presence of following ionic forms of iron is possible: [[Fe[([H.sub.2]O).sub.6]].sup.3+], [[FeOH].sup.2+] and [[Fe[(OH).sub.2]].sup.+] [10].

The total static exchange capacity (TSEC) of sorbents was calculated using formula:

TSEC = [C.sub.1][V.sub.1] - [V.sub.1]/[V.sub.2] [C.sub.2]V) x 100/[m.sub.s](100 - W)

where [C.sub.1]--initial [Na.sup.+], [Fe.sup.3+] and S[O.sub.4.sup.2-] ions concentration in solutions of sodium hydroxide, ferric chloride and sulphuric acid, respectively, mol/[dm.sup.3];

[V.sub.1]--the volume of working solution, [cm.sup.3];

[C.sub.2]--the concentration of titrant, mol/[dm.sup.3];

[V.sub.2]--the solution volume taken for titration, [cm.sup.3];

V--the volume of the titrant used for titration, [cm.sup.3];

[m.sub.s]--the mass of sorbent, g;

W--the humidity of sorbent, %.

Results. The conducted X-ray studies of sorbents have shown that the sample 3 has the signified crystal phase corresponding to [gamma]-Al[(OH).sub.3] gibbsite with [gamma]-AlOOH boehmite inclusions while other samples are poorly crystallized or in the X-ray amorphous state (Fig. 1).


The existence of the well crystallized phase in the sample 3 can be explained by the high pH value of the solution at the end of sol formation (pH = 5.01), in comparison with samples 1, 2 and 4, where pH was 2,18, 3,3 and 2,3, respectively. Samples 2 and 4 have peaks with low intensity, that are specific for the crystal phases [gamma]-Al[(OH).sub.3], [gamma]-AlOOH, manganite [gamma]-MnOOH and [Mn.sub.3][O.sub.4], respectively. This testifies to preferential X-ray amorphy of sorbents based on ZOH with Al and Mn oxides impurity. Formation of [Mn.sub.3][O.sub.4] magnesium oxide occurs due to the partial oxidation of [Mn.sub.3][(OH).sub.2] magnesium hydroxide by air oxygen during the drying process of wet granules of sorbent. And, the formation of manganite demonstrates the high amount of water in sample during oxidation of [Mn.sub.2+] ions [11].

The important characteristic of sorbents is presence of the evolved hydroxyl-hydrated cover and active sites by which the sorption of impurities from the water occurs. The data of IR-spectroscopic researches of received sorbents are presented in Fig. 2.

IR-spectra of all studied samples have the broad band with maximum at 3400 [cm.sup.-1] and insignificant peak at 1630 [cm.sup.-1]. They characterize stretching vibrations v(OH) of groups and molecules of crystallization water and the bending vibration [delta]([H.sub.2]O) which can be as the Bronsted acid sites. The small peak about 2300 [cm.sup.-1] demonstrates the presence at surface of all sorbents, except sample 2, physically adsorbed molecule of carbon dioxide (physical bond character between sorbent surface and carbon dioxide is also confirmed by diffractograms where the peaks of metals carbonates are not detected).

For IR-spectrum of the sample 2 this peak is displaced to the area of 2011 [cm.sup.-1] that corresponds to vibration of carbonyl group C=O, bonded with metal oxyhydroxide surface through bridging linkage. Forming of these bonds is possible due to adsorption of carbamide hydrolysis products at the Lewis acid sites [12]. Absorption bands with wavenumber of 1558, 1494, 1414 and 1340 [cm.sup.-1] can be caused as by bending vibrations of hydroxylic [delta](MOH) and hydroxyl groups, bonded with hydrogen bond and structured by water hydroxyls [gamma](OH), as by symmetrical and asymmetrical vibrations of monodentate carbonate ion, which is formed due to sorption of carbon dioxide on the metal oxyhydroxide surface [13].


The weak band in the range of 850 ... 840 [cm.sup.-1] appertain to vibrations of Zr-O groups at surface of sorbents containing Zirconium oxyhydroxide. The sample 3 has the absorption band with maximum at 542 [cm.sup.-1] that corresponds to vibrations of Al-O. At IR-spectrum of sample 2 both peaks are shown. At the same time, the broad band around 670 [cm.sup.-1], specific for vibrations of Zr-O-Al, is missing. These indicates the formation of separate inclusions of metals oxyhydroxides which are not bonded by bridging linkage one to another.

Thus, during the sol-gel process initial salts of metals hydrolyze and form the homogeneous mixture of individual metals oxyhydroxides. The matrix of oxyhydroxides of aluminum or zirconium with evolved hydroxyl-hydrate cover forms during polymerization of this mixture. The sorbents matrix includes particles or molecules of impurity metals oxyhydroxides. Hydrocarbonate ions, produced during hydrolysis of carbamide, bond with Lewis and Bronsted active sites on surface of metals oxyhydroxides. The obtained data correlate well with the research results of acid-base properties of sorbents on the basis of the zirconium and aluminum oxyhydroxides which are carried out earlier [14] and confirm availability of both active sites of Bronsted and Lewis, because of which the processes of adsorption and ion exchange are generally proceed. Amphoteric properties of sorbents are confirmed with researches of their electrosurface properties [15]. The point of zero charge for samples on the basis of zirconium oxyhydroxide are within the range [pH.sub.PZC] = 7.0 [+ or -] 0.5.

To determine the influence of sorbents composition on their porous structure, the specific surface and samples pore sizes were identified and given in table 1.

The obtained sorbents have evolved specific surface and exceed analogs by this indicators [16]. At the same time, single-component sorbents (sample 1 and 3) have the smallest values of specific surface, and most likely, that caused by formation of closer package of homogeneous particles during drying and a lack of porous structure defects. Using the mix of Zr(IV) and Al(III) solution in hydrolysis leads to significant increase of specific surface and total pore volume of the obtained sorbent. That demonstrates the formation of more open and evolved porous structure. Addition the manganese salt to the solution leads to increase of specific surface by 1.5 times in comparison with pure ZOH and to reduction of the prevailing and average pore radiuses. Comparison of the data obtained by the BET method with results of XRD and IR-spectroscopy allows to offer the following mechanism of metals oxyhydroxides xerogels formation. During hydrolysis of the zirconium and aluminum salts mix, that have different pH values of the sedimentation start, initially the Zr[(OH).sub.4] particles are generated, which form the frame (matrix) of gel spheres during the sol-gel transition. The AOH particles with more hydrated gel layer are homogeneously located inside the framework. During the drying of such gel spheres more developed porous structure forms due to the different drying duration of Zr and Al oxyhydroxides particles and significant reduction of Al[(OH).sub.3] particles volume. During formation of the mixed sol of zirconium and manganese oxyhydroxides the pH difference of the sedimentation start is too great and ion concentration of manganese in solution is low. That leads to forming of structure of ZOH sol with [Mn.sup.2+] ions dissolved in it. During the granulation process with pH = 11, inside the grid of zirconium oxyhydroxide gel the molecules or very small particles of manganese oxyhydroxide are formed. They fill the pores of future sorbent that leads to more close package of ZOH particles matrix.

To compare the sorption properties of the received samples with industrial ionites the total static exchange capacity of these materials has been determined towards to ions of S[O.sub.4.sup.2-], [Na.sup.+] and [Fe.sup.3+] ions, values of which are provided in table 2.

The data presented in table 2 demonstrate that full static capacity of sorbents for sulfate ions falls, but for iron ions grows with increasing of zirconium oxyhydroxide content. In the same time full static capacity for sodium ions almost does not change. Sample 4, which based on xerogel zirconium oxyhydroxide doped by manganese oxyhydroxide demonstrated the maximum value of capacity towards sulfate ions that is almost 50 % higher than the static capacity of industrial anion exchanger AN-221. All obtained sorbents have the capacity for sodium ions at 38 % less in compare with the industrial cation exchanger KU-2-8, but their capacity for iron ions at 40 ... 100 % more in compare with the cation exchanger KU-2-8. The obtained capacity values of the studied sorbents do not correlate with the parameters of the porous structure and, probably, to explain these results expediently on the hypothesis of the surface complexation model on metal oxyhydroxides with the formation of inner-and outer-sphere surface complexes [17, 18]. Surface complexes formation during sorption of ions occurs as a result of water replacement in the hydrate shells of metal atoms into sorbate ions [19]. Thus, the capacity of sorbents for the anions should depend on the amount and a replacement speed of water molecules in aqua complexes of oxyhydroxides central atoms (i.e., depend on coordination number of the central atom and the potential energy of complexation for this atom with water molecules). Coordination number--6 (for zirconium is 6 ... 8) is characterized for all the studied metals. According to Kossel, the complexation energy for the same coordination number decreases with increasing charge of the central metal and as a result a more stable complex is formed in the next series of metals Zr > Al > Mn. At the same time, the rates of water ions substitution for the studied metals oxyhydroxides can be ranged Mn > Al > Zr [20]. Hence, the formation of more stable complex of zirconium oxyhydroxide with water with a less rate of water substitution confirms obtained values of sulfate ions sorption, and adding the oxyhydroxides of aluminum and manganese into the sorbent could increase the sorption of ions.

High capacity of studied sorbents towards [Fe.sup.3+] ions can be explained by the formation of complex of ferric chloride with aquacomplexes of metal oxyhydroxides. At that, it results in binding of ferric chloride molecules and leads to rise of the solution pH, and, as a consequence, to the additional hydrolysis of ferric chloride. Thus, the aqua- and hydroxocomplexes of [Fe.sup.3+] are formed and they create the common hydroxo bond with the preformed complex. This leads to high values of [Fe.sup.3+] ions adsorption. This is not observed during the absorption of sodium ions, because the sodium hydroxide is strong electrolyte, which does not form the persistent aqua and hydroxo complexes in water. And, the absorption of sodium ions is taking place due to displacement of a proton from aquacomplex of metal oxyhydroxide (zirconium, manganese, aluminum). Thus, it can be concluded that increasing of the adsorption value of [Fe.sup.3+] ions by the obtained sorbents in 1.5 ... 2 times compared with cation exchanger KU-2-8 is caused by coordination bonds between the adsorbed hydrated ferric chloride with the hydrated molecules of sorbent and the hydrolysis of ferric chloride.

Conclusions. Data of X-ray diffraction analysis and IR spectroscopy indicate the presence of evolved hydroxyl-hydrate cover with the active sites of Lewis and Bronsted at the surface of studied sorbents based on xerogels of zirconium, aluminum and manganese oxyhydroxide. The composite sorbents differ from single-component ones in larger specific surface: the add into zirconium oxyhydroxide structure aluminum or manganese oxyhydroxides leads to the significant increasing of the sorbents specific surface area-from 236 to 536 [m.sup.2]/g.

The full static capacity towards S[O.sub.4.sup.2-] ions for sorbent based on xerogel of Zr and Mn oxyhydroxides is 1.5 times higher than the industrial capacity of anion exchanger AN-221. Increasing of the zirconium oxyhydroxide concentration in sorbents leads to reduction of their sulfate ions capacity. The maximum iron ions capacity is observed in the sorbents containing zirconium oxyhydroxide, their capacity is 1.5 ... 2 times higher than the capacity of industrial cation exchanger KU-2-8. At the same time, [Na.sup.+] ions sorption does not depend on sorbent composition. Full static capacity of the samples is 1.56 mmol/g for the xerogel of ZrO[(OH).sub.2] and AlO(OH) without additives; 1.47 and 1.5 mmol/g for the sorbents that based on of zirconium oxyhydroxide doped of aluminum oxyhydroxide and aluminum and manganese oxyhydroxides, respectively. There is no correlation between the parameters of the adsorbents porous structure and their sorption properties. And probably the anions and polyvalent cation removal process is associated with the surface complexation at the metal oxyhydroxides.

Based on these data it can be concluded that the proposed method is effective for sorbents production based on xerogels of zirconium, aluminum and manganese oxyhydroxides for further use them to remove both polyvalent anions and heavy metals from aqueous solutions.

DOI 10.15276/opu.1.48.2016.14





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Received December 7, 2015

Accepted January 26, 2016

R.V. Smotraiev, PhD, Assoc.Prof., E.O. Sorochkina, Master, A.V. Dzuba, Bachelor, Y.D. Galivets, PhD, Assoc.Prof.

Ukrainian State University of Chemical Engineering, 8 Gagarin Ave., 49005 Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine; e-mail:
Table 1
The main characteristics of sorbents porous structure

                                            [r.sub.      [r.sub.
Sample   [],   [],   prelevant],   average],
No.       [m.sup.2]/g     [cm.sup.3]/g    [Angstrom]    [Angstrom]

1             236            0.113           7.40          8.05
2             537            0.227          10.40         16.10
3             327            0.171           5.40         12.11
4             356            0.113           3.40          7.85

Table 2
The humidity and the total static capacity of sorbents

                                        TSEC, mmol/g

Sample No.   W, %    S[O.sub.4.sup.2-]   [Na.sup.+]   [Fe.sup.3+]

1            11.82         0.62             1.56         4.98
2            18.65         1.28             1.47         4.27
3            16.81         1.74             1.56         3.29
4            21.53         2.28             1.50         4.79
KU-2-8       48.00          --              2.40         2.37
AN-221       40.00         1.56              --           --
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