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It is formed by laminar particles and flexible pores with slit morphology . The evaluation of the adsorption and desorption branches of the isotherms and the hysteresis between them using the BJH method , reveals information about the SBA mesoporous samples like size, volume, and sur- face area. The results are shown in Table 6. Table 6 Textural values of mesoporous matrices.
SBA-N3E As expected for R1 and R2 functionalized From the adjacent mesoporous matrix the thickness of the SBA samples, the BET surface area, the BJH pore sizes siliceous wall twall can be deduced by subtracting the and pore volumes of the materials decrease gradually with value of pore diameter DBJH from the value of the lattice the increase of R1 and R2 content as an effect of the occu- parameter, a0 , obtained by XRD [38, 44].
The pore di- pation of large organic groups in the pore channels, while ameter distribution of the mesoporous matrices is pre- the wall thickness of the materials increases with R1 and sented in Fig. R2 content . When the pore diameter DBJH appears to be smaller than 2. The synthesized materials have asymmetric pore systems of various morphologies and sizes, therefore the obtained diameters are far from the real value attributed to a poor assembly of the mesostructures at high amino and high sulfur groups.
Pore contraction could be attributed to an increased amount of the incorporated organic functional group within Figure 6 Pore-size distribution of the mesoporous matrices. Status Solidi C 7 For instance, SBA material exhibited characteristics ous particles reported in the literature can be observed and values of surface area of Figure 7a, shows long filaments that represent the capillaries with open hexagonal shape at both ends, characteristic of this type of mesoporous matri- ces.
However, when the percentage of functionalization in- creases, the distortion in the size and morphology of the filaments becomes evident, as shown in the case of SBA- S2E sample with a not well-defined structure Fig.
This material possesses a H4-type hystere- sis cycle, which tends to form pores by stacking between sheets.
The presence and configuration of the porous systems of these materials could be seen conveniently using trans- mission electron microscopy to describe the ordered and disordered systems, respectively. In Fig. In the TEM image in Fig. KGaA, Weinheim pss c solidi physica status 8 Z. All the images show the longitudinal arrangement of mesopores characteristics of SAB mate- rials. Figures 9d—f show semi-ordered pore structures with increased pore wall thickness with respect to Figs.
Figure 9g corresponds to the sample with the highest concentration of tetrasulfide groups does not present any indication of contrast due to the pore structure as corre- sponds to a disordered and amorphous material due to the functional tetrasulfide groups are practically filling up the pores as well as covering the outer surface of the particles.
The presence of tetrasulfide groups anchored by both sides of the molecule to the silica walls greatly affects the condensation of the silanol groups during the reaction.
Moreover, a mesoporous ordered structure is maintained, which is consistent with the results obtained by BET and XRD, having surface areas lower than those shown by the SBA-NnE materials, while simultaneously presented a well-resolved Bragg diffraction maxima A high amount of silanol groups in their surface could be favor- able for their bioactivity, because it is known that the pres- ence of silanol groups on the bioglass surface contribute largely to their excellent bioactivity.
The SBA-S3E mate- rial possesses free silanols groups and the material is prac- tically amorphous with poor textural properties due to a higher amount of the functional group.
The experimental characterization results indicate that the main difference between ethylenediamine and tetrasul- fide functionalized mesoporous materials with respect to SBA material consisted of the increases of the lattice parameter of the SBA material due to the effect of the ethylenediamine from Tak-Hyun, J.
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