Adsorption of Oxygen-Containing Compounds at Fluorinated Graphite and Fluorinated Carbon Fiberстатья

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[1] Adsorption of oxygen-containing compounds at fluorinated graphite and fluorinated carbon fiber / T. M. Roshchina, S. V. Glazkova, N. A. Zubareva et al. // Protection of Metals. — 2008. — Vol. 44, no. 2. — P. 174–179. The surface properties of fully fluorinated samples of natural graphite (FG) and carbon fiber (FCF) were studied by gas chromatography, IR spectroscopy, and static adsorption. It was found that for fluorocarbons, the contributions from the O atom (for ethers) and the OH group (for alcohols) are comparable with the contribution from the methylene unit to the retention parameters, which is typical only of highly homogeneous, hydrophobic, and nonpolar surfaces. Unusual properties of fluorocarbons compared to known hydrophobic adsorbents include weaker adsorption of secondary alcohols than ketones, their dehydrogenation products. An analysis of the retention parameters of isomeric propanols and butanols revealed that the FCF surface is accessible to the adsorption of these molecules, and is mainly formed by planar homogeneous fragments. In contrast, the FG structure is porous; the pore width is comparable with the molecule size, which makes the adsorption equilibrium more difficult to reach. [ DOI ]

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