A Short View on the Novel uses of Geopolymer Metakaolin based to Control Air and Water Pollution
A. Manzano-Ramírez, J. Ramón-Gasca, H.R. Guzman-Carrillo, J.L. Reyez-Araiza, M. Mondragon-Figueroa
Abstract. Results obtained on the funtionalizacion of inorganic polymers metakaolin based are presented. Geopolymers are not only cementitious material instead it will be shown how semiconductors, at nanometric scale, can be added as admixture compounds or incorporated in the aluminosilicates structures by ion exchange. In addition, the efficiency on adsorption and photodegradation of cationic organic compounds in aqueous suspention is described based on the kinetic evaluation by first and second order reaction.
Geopolymer, Semiconductors, Photodegradation, Kinetic
Published online , 7 pages
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Published under license by Materials Research Forum LLC., Millersville PA, USA
Citation: A. Manzano-Ramírez, J. Ramón-Gasca, H.R. Guzman-Carrillo, J.L. Reyez-Araiza, M. Mondragon-Figueroa, ‘A Short View on the Novel uses of Geopolymer Metakaolin based to Control Air and Water Pollution’, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 7, pp 325-331, 2018
The article was published as article 29 of the book Non-Conventional Materials and Technologies
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