Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 16

Seediscussions,stats,andauthorprofilesforthispublicationat: htps://www.researchgate.

net/publication/307555899X

ASolidAmineAdsorbentPreparedbyX
MolecularlyImprintingandItsCO2AdsorptionX
Properties

ArticleinChemistry-AnAsianJournalAugust2016

DOI:10.1002/asia.201601031

CITATIONS READS

0 113

4authors,including:

LinzhouZhuang ShuixiaChenX

UniversityofQueensland ZhongshanUniversityX

18PUBLICATIONS 45CITATIONS 46PUBLICATIONS 603CITATIONS

SEEPROFILE SEEPROFILE X

Someoftheauthorsofthispublicationarealsoworkingontheserelatedprojects:

waterspliting,OERcatalysts ViewprojectX

CO2adsorption ViewprojectX
Alcontentfolowingthispagewasuploadedby LinzhouZhuangon03September2016.X

Theuserhasrequestedenhancementofthedownloadedfile.Alin-textreferencesunderlinedinblueareaddedtotheoriginaldocument
andarelinkedtopublicationsonResearchGate,letingyouaccessandreadthem immediately.
CHEMISTRY
AN ASIAN JOURNAL
www.chemasianj.org

Accepted Article

Title: A Solid Amine Adsorbent Prepared by Molecularly Imprinting and Its CO2 Ad-sorption
Properties

Authors: Hui He; Linzhou Zhuang; Shuixia Chen; Hucheng Liu

This manuscript has been accepted after peer review and the authors have elected to post
their Accepted Article online prior to editing, proofing, and formal publication of the final
Version of Record (VoR). This work is currently citable by using the Digital Object Identifier
(DOI) given below. The VoR will be published online in Early View as soon as possible and
may be different to this Accepted Article as a result of editing. Readers should obtain the VoR
from the journal website shown below when it is pu-blished to ensure accuracy of
information. The authors are responsible for the content of this Accepted Article.

To be cited as: Chem. Asian J. 10.1002/asia.201601031

Link to VoR: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/asia.201601031

A Journal of
A sister journal of Angewandte Chemie

and Chemistry A European Journal


8-10

10, 20

Chemistry - An Asian Journal 10.1002/asia.201601031

FULL PAPER

A Solid Amine Adsorbent Prepared by Molecularly Imprinting and


Its CO2 Adsorption Properties
Prof. S. X. Chen serve as an efficient support for
PEI (denoted as PEI/G-silica) via
Materials Science Institute a nanocasting technology, and
as a consequence, PEI/G-silica
sheets exhibited high CO2
Hui He, [a] Linzhou Zhuang, [a] Shuixia Chen, * [a, b] Sun Yat-Sen University 510275,
Guangzhou (PR China) adsorption capacity (4.32
mmol/g) and good cycle stability
E-mail: cescsx@mail.sysu.edu.cn
for CO2 capture. However,
excess amine loading will cause
Abstract: A CO2-imprinted solid amine adsorbent (IPEIA-R) with serious pore blockage and CO2
PEI as skeleton was conveniently prepared by using glutaraldehyde diffusion resistance, and further
to crosslink the CO2 pre-adsorbed PEI. It is confirmed by infrared lead to the notable reduction of
13
spectra, FT-Raman spectra, and C NMR spectra that the pre-
adsorbed CO2 on PEI could occupy the reactive sites of amino and Hucheng Liu, [a]
CO2 adsorption capacity. Thus it is of great
groups and act as the role of imprinting in the crosslinking process. significance to
The imino groups formed from the crosslinking reaction between
glutaraldehyde and PEI could be reduced by NaBH4 to CO2-
11, develop new type of adsorbent

A
adsorbable amino groups. The adsorption results indicated that CO2 flue gases and atmosphere.
12 with high amino efficiency.
imprinting and reducing of imino groups by NaBH4 endowed the Amine species supported on
adsorbent with a higher CO2 adsorption capacity. Compared with various solids such as silica
Molecular imprinting is a method
PEI-supported mesoporous adsorbents, the solid amine adsorbent are examples of solid amine

c
adsorbents that have high of inducing molecular
using PEI as skeleton can avoid serious pore blockage and CO2 recognition properties in
diffusion resistance even with high amino content. The solid amine adsorption capacities and synthetic polymers in response
adsorbent with PEI as skeleton showed remarkable CO2 adsorption
desirable selectivity toward
13-15 to the presence of a template
capacity (8.56 mmol/g) in the presence of water at 25 oC due to the CO2 over N2. Compared
species during formation of the

c
high amino content and good swelling properties. It also showed with microporous or 21, 22 21
polymer. Yi et al.
promising regeneration performance, which could maintain almost mesoporous adsorbents
the same CO2 adsorption capacity after 15 adsorption and without amine modification, the synthesized molecularly
solid amine adsorbents can imprinted adsorbents (MIP-CO2)
desorption recycles.

e
retain high adsorption for CO2 capture via molecular
capacities even in the self-assembly procedures, using
presence of water, and can be ethanedioic acid, acrylamide,
Introduction regenerated in mild conditions. and ethylene glycol
dimethacrylate as template,

p
16
Lin et al. synthesized
functional monomer, and cross-
polyamine/metal-organic linker, respectively. The MIP-CO2
Global warming would be mainly attributed to an increase in
framework composites adsorbent with the higher amine
atmospheric levels of CO2 aroused by the unrestrained burning
1
(PEI/MIL-101(Cr)) by content (2.47 mmol/g) exhibited

t
of fossil fuels. The most effective method to reduce CO2 impregnating PEI into MOFs, the largest CO2 adsorption
emission from the burning of fossil fuels is to scrub the flue gas which also showed high CO2
capacity (0.478 mmol/g), and
stream with an amine solution. But this brings about some adsorption capacity (3.6 showed a good cycle stability for
problems such as corrosion, high regeneration energy and mmol/g) and good cycle
2, 3 CO2 capture after 50

e
solvent degradation. Solid adsorbents have been extensively stability for CO2 capture. Their adsorption/desorption cycles as
investigated in order to develop possible alternatives to amine adsorption capacity for CO2 well. CO2 separation by
solvents for CO2 capture. Numerous microporous materials mainly depends on the amine molecularly imprinted adsorbent
4-7

were reported to present superior CO2 physical or chemical loading and the pore volume of (MIP) from coal-fired flue gas
the porous substrates. These after desulfurization system has

adsorption ability, but most of them suffered from CO2


adsorbents were mainly
prepared by introducing
amines to the substrates
23
also been studied. The results
demonstrated that the CO2
through wet impregnation or adsorption performance was
d
adsorption capacity reduction or structure decomposition that 8, 9, 16 almost unaffected by H2O, O2,
was caused by the co-adsorbed H2O when exposed to humid chemical grafting. and NO in the flue gas, and was
Because of its abundant promoted by SO2 within the
primary, secondary and tertiary emission limit stipulated in the
amino groups, PEI with high Chinese emission standards of

H. He, L. Z. Zhuang, Prof. S. X. Chen, H. C. Liu


amino density was used on a air pollutants for a thermal power
large scale,
17-19

prepared adsorbents
and the as- plant. The maximum CO2
adsorption capacity, 0.57
M
a
PCFM Lab, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Sun Yat-Sen
presented admirable CO2 mmol/g, could be obtained under
University adsorption capacities. Yang et the optimized experimental
17 conditions in which the SO2
al. demonstrated that
510275, Guangzhou (PR China) E-mail: cescsx@mail.sysu.edu.cn graphene-based mesoporous concentration was 150 mg/m3.
silica (G-silica) sheets could However, the CO2 adsorption
nuscript
This article is co right. All rights reserved
For internal use, please do not protected by py
delete. Submitted_Manuscript
Chemistry - An Asian Journal 10.1002/asia.201601031

FULL PAPER
24, 25

r
bond. Meanwhile, in its
FT-IR spectrum the C=O
stretching vibration peak at
-1
1657.35 cm , and peak at
-1
823.46 cm that ascribed to
capacities of most of reported molecularly imprinted adsorbent bicarbonates stretching
were less than 1 mmol/g due to the low amino density. vibration were enhanced
i
(Figure 3), indicating that
In this work, a kind of CO2 molecularly imprinted PEI solid amine amino groups of PEI reacted
adsorbent with PEI as framework was conveniently prepared by directly with CO2 to produce
p
t
using glutaraldehyde to crosslink CO2 pre-adsorbed PEI, bicarbonates. All these results
followed by reduction with NaBH4 (Figure 1). The synthetic verified that the pre-adsorbed
process of the adsorbent was identical to the conventional CO2 on PEI could occupy the
molecular imprinting, in which the template molecule was the reactive sites of amino groups
targeted CO2 molecules. The solid amine adsorbent using PEI in the crosslinking process,
as skeleton can avoid serious pore blockage even with high and would act the role of
amino content. The chemical construction, adsorption imprinting in the preparation
performance, regeneration ability, and adsorption mechanism of of the IPEIA adsorbent. On
materials were also studied. the other hand, the
disappearence of peaks
corresponding to bicarbonates
in the spectra of IPEIA
indicated that the pre-
adsorbed CO2 could be
completely desorbed with N2

Manusc
-1
peaks at 1650 cm in its FT-Raman spectrum was enhanced, stream at 90 oC.
-1
and a peak at 866 cm corresponding to HCO3 stretching
vibration appeared, indicative of the existence of bicarbonates
Figure 1 Synthesis principle of IPEIA-R FT-Raman spectra A-R
of PEIA and IPEIA Fi
were identical, gu FT-IR spectra of
indicating that re IPEIA and IPEIA-R
Results and Discussion PEIA and IPEIA 3 were also
had the same FT compared in Figure
chemical groups. - 3. It can be found
Chemical characterization
With respect to the IR that the adsorption
IPEIA/CO2, which sp peak at 1649.35
was the as- ec cm-1 that ascribed
prepared IPEIA tra to the amino N-H
Figure 2 FT- sample without of
Raman spectra of removing CO2 by P deformation
PEIA and IPEIA hot N2 stream at 90 EI vibration or C=N
o stretching vibration
FT-Raman and FT- C, the C=O, C=N, A,
in IPEIA-R was
IR spectra of PEIA and N-H stretching IP significantly
and IPEIA were vibration EI diminished,
shown in Figure 2 A verifying the
and 3, respectively. an conversion of imino
It is obvious that d groups of IPEIA to
the positions and IP o
intensities of the 2 amino groups.
EI
FT-IR spectra and F
i
For internal use, please d o not delete. S
his article p
T is
Chemistry - An Asian Journal 10.1002/asia.201601031

FULL PAPER
and its reaction with the
available amino groups. From
Figure 6 it can also be found
that IPEIA-R had higher CO2
adsorption capacity than w
IPEIA. Owing to the complete o
13
The solid-state C NMR (Figure 4) studies further confirmed the conversion of imino groups
13
chemical structures of PEIA, IPEIA and IPEIA-R. The C NMR into CO2-adsorbable amino
spectrum of the PEIA and IPEIA had strong peaks at 45 ppm (C- groups, CO2 adsorption
N of primary amine, secondary amine, tertiary amines), 27 ppm capacity of IPEIA600-R,
and 22 ppm (C-C), 164 ppm (C=N), respectively. For PEIA/CO 2, IPEIA1800-R, IPEIA10000-R,
a peak at 159 ppm corresponding to bicarbonate carbonyl and IPEIA70000-R were
appeared, indicating that amino groups of PEI reacted directly improved by 2.19 mmol/g,
with CO2 to produce bicarbonates. And the disappearence of 2.07 mmol/g, 1.95 mmol/g,
S
peaks corresponding to bicarbonates in the spectra of IPEIA and 1.84 mmol/g, respectively.
iI
indicated that the pre-adsorbed CO2 could be completely
o m
P
desorbed with N2 stream at 90 C. These results verified that the Table 1 Comparison of CO2
E
5
pre-adsorbed CO2 on PEI would act the role of imprinting in the adsorption capacity of PEI-
.2
preparation of the IPEIA adsorbent. C NMR spectra of IPEIA supported adsorbents (under
13

and IPEIA-R were also compared in Figure 4. It can be found moisture conditions) 6
that the characteristic absorption peak appeared at 164 ppm M
(C=N) in IPEIA-R was disappeared, further verifying the C
I
o
conversion of imino groups of IPEIA to 2 amino groups. m
P
Loading E
5
The N 1s peak on XPS spectra could be resolved into 4 .2
nitrogen-containing groups including imino group, and primary, 7
Adsorption
secondary, tertiary alkyl amino groups, which were shown in
o H
Figure 5. It can be found that 2 amino content of IPEIA70000-R
P
I
increased to 47.21%, while that of IPEIA70000 was only
o m
P
31.68%. The 2 amino increment of IPEIA70000-R (15.53%) Substrate
E
4
was similar to the imino content of IPEIA70000 (15.80%),
o
Amine .2
indicating that all the imino on IPEIA70000 were reduced to 2
amino. Similarly, the imino group of IPEIA600, IPEIA1800, and capacity 8
o
IPEIA10000 could be reduced by NaBH4 to form 2 amino. Ref. M
C
I
m
P
method E
6
.2
9

(mmol/g)

Figure 5 XPS peak processing of N1s on IPEIA70000 (a), and


IPEIA70000-R (b)

Adsorption properties of PEIA, IPEI and IPEIA-R for CO2

CO2: 10% (N2: 27 mL/min; CO2: 3 mL/min); water content of


adsorbent: 75 wt%)

The imprinting effect could be verified by its adsorption capacity.


It can be found that IPEIA had higher CO2 adsorption capacity
than the unimprinted PEIA with the same PEI molecular weight
(Figure 6). Compared with those of the corresponding PEIAs,
CO2 adsorption capacities of IPEIA600, IPEIA1800,
IPEIA10000, and IPEIA70000 were increased by 1.08 mmol/g, IPEIA-R
1.13 mmol/g, 1.14 mmol/g, and 1.20 mmol/g, respectively. The -
results indicated that the pre-adsorbed CO2 on PEI could -

A
occupy the reactive sites of amino groups, and act the role of 8.56
imprinting in the preparation of the adsorbent. After removal of This
pre-adsorbed CO2, the porous structure (Figure S1) of the
adsorbent could facilitate the diffusion of CO 2 into the particles
cript reported PEI- o
supported ve
delete. Submitted_Manuscript
where silica stands for mesoporous silica, mesoporous
MC stands for mesoporous capsule, 26-29
vF
adsorbents ,
HP2MGL stands for polymethacrylate- i
IPEIA-R showed
based resin, MCM-41 stands for
relatively higher
mesoporous molecular sieve.
adsorption capacity
under moisture. It
As shown in Table 1, compared with other should be noted that
copyright. All
This article is protected by rights reserved
30, 31

Chemistry - An Asian Journal 10.1002/asia.201601031

FULL PAPER
(1) Rx PEI
NHHCO A
IPEI
y 1
A
IPEI
A
significantly improved, verifying the superiority of our synthetic
route. y 1

Comparison of Adsorption behavior in moisture and in dry


conditions 700
3
00
The breakthrough curves and accumulative adsorption 700
capacities of CO2 adsorption on PEIA70000, IPEIA70000, and 00
IPEIA70000-R were presented in Figure 7. In dry conditions, the 700
adsorption capacities of PEIA70000, IPEIA70000, and 00-
IPEIA70000-R for CO2 were very low (0.41 mmol/g, 0.57 R
mmol/g, and 0.61 mmol/g, respectively), but in the presence of
water, the adsorption capacities were greatly increased to 5.52 N2
mmol/g, 6.72 mmol/g, and 8.56 mmol/g, respectively, which where x=1, 2, 3y=2, 1, 0. ads
indicated the important role of water in improving the adsorption CO2 hydrate reaction: y 1
orpti
performance on
0.32
of the amino adsorbents. 0.46
0.47
The chemical adsorption
In dry conditions, the primary and secondary amino can react reaction equation between solid
directly with CO2 to produce carbamate through the formation of CO 2 ( g ) H 2 O (l ) CO 2 H amine and CO2 under moisture cap
32 acity
zwitterionic intermediates . The first step proceeds with the 2 O (l ) conditions could be
(mm
lone pair on the amino attacking the carbon from CO 2 to form (2) summarized as follows:
ol/g)
the zwitterion; free base then deprotonates the zwitterion to
form carbamate. But CO2 does not bind with tertiary amino - R x NH y
without H2O (under dry conditions). Thus, the maximum amino OH in the water film reacts
utilization efficiency of primary and secondary amino is 50% (0.5with hydrous CO2 to form H 2 O CO 2
mol CO2 per mol N) under dry conditions. However, some amino bicarbonate ions: Rx
groups are isolated from each other due to the geographical NHHCO
3
and steric effects, and they cannot serve the role of the CO2 CO (5)
capturing. More importantly, CO2 can only react with the surface 2 H
amino groups of PEIA70000, IPEIA70000, and IPEIA70000-R, 2 O (l ) OH
but it cannot diffuse into the inner layer to react with the amino
groups inside. Therefore the CO2 adsorption capacities of the
HCO
adsorbents under dry conditions were very low. H O (l ) y 1
2
(3)

In moisture conditions, CO2


would dissolve in water and
react with primary, secondary,
and tertiary amino groups, and
the maximum amino utilization
3
efficiency can reach up to 100%
(1 mol CO2 per mol N).
Additionally, in moisture In
conditions, PEIA70000, cont
IPEIA70000, and IPEIA70000-Rrast
could present good swelling to
properties (the swelling degree CO2
The bicarbonate ions reacted of volume was 314% in the ads
Figure 7 Breakthrough curves of CO2 adsorption on PEIA70000, with solid ammonium ions to o orpti
IPEIA70000, and IPEIA70000-R (a), and the corresponding CO2 presence of water at 25 C),
form ammonium bicarbonate: on,
adsorption capacities (b) (amino content of PEIA70000, and CO2 can diffuse into the
all
IPEIA70000, and IPEIA70000-R were 14.33 mmol/g; adsorbent mass: internal layer and react with the
thes
o
1.0 g; adsorption temperature: 25 C; concentration of CO2: 10% (N2: 27 amino groups inside after fully
e
swelling. Thus adsorption
mL/min; CO2: 3 mL/min); water content of adsorbent: 75 wt%) sam
capacities were much higher
ples
than that under dry conditions.
sho
As shown in equation (2)-(5), 1 mol of amino group can directly
wed
react with 1 mol of CO2 and 1 mol of H2O to form bicarbonate Table 2 N2 adsorption capacity very
1
(Eqs. (2)-(5)) in moisture conditions. (4) of PEIA70000, IPEIA70000, low
The dissociative reaction of the hydrous solid amine: and IPEIA70000-R N2
ads
Rx
R x NH y H 2 O ( s ) R x NH NH orpti
on
( s ) OH cap
( s ) HCO 3
acity
of only 0.32-0.47 mmol/g (Table 2), as their adsorption
capacities for N2 were mainly attributed to the physical
adsorption of the adsorbent. Due to the porosity of the
IPEIA70000 adsorbent that brought about by CO2 imprinting,
r
i
IPEIA70000 had a slightly higher N2 adsorption capacity than
PEIA70000.

Regeneration performance

The adsorbent was processed for 15 cycles of adsorption (at 25


o o
C) desorption (at 90 C), and the results were shown in Accepte p
Figure 8. The results in Figure 8 indicated that CO2 could be
completely adsorbed by IPEIA-R adsorbent at the early stage.
After 15 cycles, no significant change in CO2 adsorption
capacity was observed, and the adsorption capacity of IPEIA-R
d t
remained at 8.50.1 mmol/g (Figure 8 inset). It was evident that
the PEI solid amine adsorbent could stay stable after multiple
regeneration cycles and maintain its CO2 adsorption capacity. Manusc
For internal use, please do not delete.Su bmitted_Manuscript
his article is copyright. All
T protected by rights reserved
Chemistry - An Asian Journal 10.1002/asia.201601031

FULL PAPER
Emmett-Teller (BET) method and

In a typical preparation procedure


(Figure 1), 2.00 g PEI (Mw = 600,
density functional theory (DFT)
method, respectively. The swelling
degree of volume (S, %) in the
presence of water was obtained
e
d
1800, 10000, and 70000) was by calculating the difference of the
dissolved in 10.0 mL water, into volume of adsorbents before (V1,
which a CO2 stream was fed at mL) and after (V2, mL) swelling in
o the presence of water, the
25 C to get a CO2 saturated PEI.
Then 1.50 g glutaraldehyde swelling time was 2h, as
aqueous solution (25 wt%) was presented in Eq. (6).
added dropwise into the PEI
solution intensely stirred at room
temperature. PEI was crosslinked S ( V 2 V1 ) / V1 100 %

M
with glutaraldehyde through Shiff- (6)
Base reaction to form solid
particles. The particles were then
soaked with 60% ethanol CO2 adsorption procedure
aqueous solution for 4 h to

a
remove unreacted Breakthrough curves were used to
glutaraldehyde, and further
characterize the CO2 adsorption
washed with water. After heated
o performances of all samples. 1.00
at 90 C under nitrogen g adsorbent sample was tightly

n
atmosphere for 6 h to remove packed in an glass column (=
CO2 and water, the obtained 1.3 cm), into which a dry nitrogen
particles, imprinted PEI flow was introduced at a flow rate
adsorbent, was labeled as IPEIA. of 30 mL/min for 0.5 h to remove

u
To identify the kinds of IPEIA the air and excess water in the
using different molecular weight column. Then, the dry CO2/N2
Figure 8 Breakthrough curves of CO2 adsorption on fresh and of PEI as reactants, a tag was
mixed gas (CO2 : N2 = 1 : 9
regenerated adsorbents and the adsorption capacities (inset). added after IPEIA like IPEIA-MW
(volume ratio)) was introduced
(amino content of IPEIA-R were 14.33 mmol/g; adsorbent mass: to indicate the molecular weight, through the column at a flow rate

s
o MW would be 600, 1800, 10000,
1.0 g; adsorption temperature: 25 C; concentration of CO2: 10% (N2: or 70000. of 30 mL/min. The inlet/outlet
27 mL/min; CO2: 3 mL/min); water content of adsorbent: 75 wt%) concentrations of CO2 were
analyzed every two minutes,
For comparison, another series of using a Techcomp 7900 gas

c
PEI adsorbents without imprinting chromatograph equipped with a
with CO2 were prepared, they thermal-conductivity detector
Conclusions were named as PEIA. (TCD). And for CO2 capture test in
the presence of water, the sample

r
A novel CO2-imprinted PEI adsorbent was prepared by using In order to convert imino groups was first immersed in water, then
glutaraldehyde to crosslink the CO2 pre-adsorbed PEI. It is in IPEIA adsorbents into alkyl packed in a column (= 1.3 cm),
amino groups, 2.00 g IPEIA was into which a dry nitrogen flow was
found that the pre-adsorbed CO2 on PEI could occupy the
introduced at a flow rate of 30
reactive sites of amino groups during crosslinking and create a soaked in 100 mL methanol, and mL/min for 0.5 h to remove the air
2.00 g sodium borohydride was

i
porous structure after removal of CO2 from the adsorbent, which and excess water in the column.
gradually added into the IPEIA
would facilitate the diffusion of CO2 into the particles and its mixture to react with IPEIA at After adsorption, pure nitrogen
adsorption. The imino groups formed by the shiff-Base reaction room temperature for 3 h. After gas at a flow rate of 30 mL/min
while using glutaraldehyde to crosslink PEI could be reduced by reaction, the product was washed was introduced through the
NaBH4 to form CO2-adsorbable amino groups, and the reduced with deionized water and dried at column at 90C to regenerate the

p
PEI solid amine adsorbent (IPEIA-R) showed a remarkable o spent adsorbent sample.
60 C. The obtained product was
adsorption capacity (8.56 mmol/g) in moisture conditions at 25 labeled as IPEIA-R.
o
C. Compared with other reported PEI-supported mesoporous

t
adsorbents, the solid amine adsorbent, IPEIA-R with PEI as Physical and chemical
framework can avoid serious pore blockage and CO2 diffusion characterization
resistance even with a high amino content, indicative of the
superiority of our synthetic route. IPEIA-R also showed Elemental analysis (Elementar,
promising regeneration performance, whose CO2 adsorption Vario EL), FT-Infrared (FT-IR)
capacities could maintain almost the same after 15 adsorption spectra (Tensor-27 spectrometer),
and desorption recycles. FT-Raman Spectrometer (Nicolet
NXR 9650), 400 MHz solid state
13
C NMR analysis (AVANCE AV,
Bruker), and X-ray photoelectron
spectroscopy (ESCALAB 250,
Thermo-VG Scientific) were
employed to determine the
composition and chemical
Experimental Section structure of adsorbents.
Adsorption-desorption isotherms
Materials and Reagents of nitrogen at 77.35 K were
measured with an automatic gas
adsorption instrument
Branched polyethylenimine (PEI, Mw =600, 1800, 10000, and 70000 (ASAP2020, Micromeritics Corp,
was purchased from Aladdin Chemistry Co., Ltd. Glutaraldehyde, USA) in a relative pressure range
methanol, ethanol, and sodium borohydride of analytic reagent grade -6
from 10 to 1 after degassing the
were purchased from Guangzhou Reagent Company. Deionized water o
was used to prepare all solutions in the study. test sample at 150 C. Pore
volume (Vtotal) was calculated
based on the nitrogen amount
Preparation of PEI adsorbent
adsorbed at P/P0 = 0.95. The
BET surface areas (SBET) and
pore size distribution were
calculated through Brunauer- Accept
For internal use, delete. cri
please do not Submitted_Manus pt
his article is copyright. All
T protected by rights reserved
Chemistry - An Asian Journal 10.1002/asia.201601031

FULL PAPER
A. Goeppert, M. Czaun, R. B. May, S
G. K. S. Prakash, G. A. Olah, S. R. h
Narayanan, J. Am. Chem. Soc.
2011, 133, 20164-20167. P
.

J. Wang, L. Huang, R. Yang, Z. Y


The adsorption capacity was calculated as follows: Zhang, J. Wu, Y. Gao, Q. Wang, D. .
O'Hare, Z. Zhong, Energ. Environ.
Sci. 2014, 7, 3478-3518. S
t
.
Q (C in C eff )V dt / 22 .4W (7 )
D. J. Fauth, M. L. Gray, H. W.
0 X
Pennline, H. M. Krutka, S. Sjostrom,
.
A. M. Ault, Energ. Fuel. 2012, 26,
where Q is the adsorption capacity (mmol CO2 /g); t is the adsorption 2483-2496.
Z
time (min); Cin and Ceff are the influent and effluent concentrations of .
J. H. Drese, S. Choi, R. P. Lively, W.
CO2 (vol%), respectively. V is the total flow rate, 30 mL/min; W and 22.4 J. Koros, D. J. Fauth, M. L. Gray, C. A
are the weight of sample (g) and molar volume of gas (mL/mmol), W. Jones, Adv. Funct. Mater. 2009, .
respectively. 19, 3821-3832.
Y
.
L
.
Acknowledgements Y
.
V
The authors gratefully acknowledge the financial support Y. He, X. Zhu, Y. Li, C. J. Peng, J. .
provided by the National Natural Science Foundation of China Hu, H. L. Liu, Micropor. Mesopor.
Mat. 2015, 214, 181-187. T
(Grant No. 51473187), Natural Science Foundation of
e
Guangdong Province (2014A030313192).
W. J. Son, J. S. Choi, W. S. Ahn, L
Micropor. Mesopor. Mat. 2008, 113, .
Keywords: PEI CO2-imprinted Solid amine adsorbent CO2 31-40. 2
adsorption 0

S. J. Datta, C. Khumnoon, Z. H. Lee, X


W. K. Moon, S. Docao, T. H. .
Nguyen, I. C. Hwang, D. Moon, P.
References Oleynikov, O. Terasaki, K. B. Yoon, G
Science 2015, 350, 302-306. .
J
o
D. M. DAlessandro,J.R.Long,AngewB. CheSm.itInt. Ed. 2010, 49, 6058-6082.
P. Z. Li, Y. L. Zhao, Chem. Asian J. 2013, 8, 1680-1691. R. Balasubramanian, S. Chowdhury,
J. Mater. Chem. A 2015, 3, 21968- J
21989. .
2
T. Wang, K. S. Lackner, A. Wright, Environ. Sci. Technol. 2011, 45, 6670- Y. Yang, H. C. Li, S. X. Chen, Y. N. 0
6675. Zhao, Q. H. Li, Langmuir 2010, 26,
X
.
S. Jana, S. Das, C. Ghosh, A. Maity, M. Pradhan, Sci. Rep. 2015, 5, 8711- 13897-13902.
8719.

A. Samanta, A. Zhao, G. K. H.

For internal use, please


do not delete.
Submitted_Manuscript
This article is copyright. All
protected by rights reserved
Chemistry - An Asian Journal 10.1002/asia.201601031

FULL PAPER

Table of Contents Hui He, Linzhou Zhuang,

*
Shuixia Chen , Hucheng Li

Page No.1 Page No.7

A Solid Amine Adsorbent

Prepared by Molecularly

Imprinting and Its CO2 Adsorption

Properties

Accepted Manuscript

For internal use, please do not delete. Submitted_Manuscript

This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved


X
View publication stats