Neutralization Reaction (neutralization + reaction)

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Selected Abstracts


Alkaline neutralization of crude soybean oil by various adsorbents

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF LIPID SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, Issue 3 2008
Sukran Kuleasan
Abstract The effect of sodium hydroxide in neutralization was increased by using various adsorbents. NaOH in various concentrations was attached to the particles of Kieselguhr, Celite and Bentonite. The neutralization reaction was performed at ambient temperature, and different reaction times were applied. The soap formed after reaction was removed by centrifugation; thus, washing and drying steps were omitted. The amount of remaining soap, the acidity and color of oils were determined after each treatment. According to the results, free fatty acid neutralization in crude oil was achieved by Kieselguhr application. In this process, 9.5% NaOH was applied for 60,min of reaction time. The free fatty acid content of crude oil was decreased from 0.56 to 0.14%, and the remaining soap was found at 34,mg/kg after centrifugation. The use of adsorbents increased the efficiency of NaOH in the neutralization reaction and in the removal of soap from the neutralized oil. Neutralization with support material is a new and promising approach. The application is energy saving, more practical and in accordance with the strict environmental legislation about waste disposal. [source]


Computational analysis of an instantaneous chemical reaction in a T-microreactor

AICHE JOURNAL, Issue 6 2010
Dieter Bothe
Abstract We extend and apply a method for the numerical computation of convective and diffusive mixing in liquid systems with very fast irreversible chemical reaction to the case of unequal diffusivities. This approach circumvents the solution of stiff differential equations and, hence, facilitates the direct numerical simulation of reactive flows with quasi-instantaneous reactions. The method is validated by means of a neutralization reaction which is studied in a T-shaped micromixer and compared with existing experimental LIF-data. Because of their large are-to-volume ratio, microreactors are well suited for fast chemical reactions which are seriously affected by the slow diffusive transport in aqueous media. Numerical computations for different reactor dimensions reveal the fact that, in a dimensionless setting, the obtained conversion is independent of the reactor size, if the flow conditions are the same. This corresponds to an increase of space-time-yield proportional to the square of the inverse scale factor. © 2009 American Institute of Chemical Engineers AIChE J, 2009 [source]


An engineering-purpose preparation strategy for ammonium-type ionic liquid with high purity

AICHE JOURNAL, Issue 4 2010
Xiaoqi Sun
Abstract A new strategy for preparing ammonium-type ionic liquid (IL) by acid/base neutralization reaction was proposed. The method contributed to preparing hydroxide-based ammonium IL and resulting task specific ionic liquid (TSIL) with high purity using a low-costly and environment-friendly synthetic route. Halide contamination in the prepared ILs could be markedly decreased than those prepared by well-established anion metathesis method. Moreover, some novel TSILs composed of cations and anions with big steric hindrances could be prepared by this method. Physicochemical properties of the bifunctional TSILs, i.e., density, water content, decomposition temperature, and munal solubility, were also studied in this article. © 2009 American Institute of Chemical Engineers AIChE J, 2009 [source]


Frontal polymerization with monofunctional and difunctional ionic liquid monomers

JOURNAL OF POLYMER SCIENCE (IN TWO SECTIONS), Issue 13 2007
Zulma Jiménez
Abstract For the first time, we studied frontal polymerization with ionic liquid monomers. We synthesized a series of compounds from the neutralization reaction between trialkylamines (tributylamine, trihexylamine, trioctylamine, and (2-dimethylamino)ethyl methacrylate) and acrylic or methacrylic acid. For the ionic liquids prepared from the unreactive amines, frontal polymerization could not be achieved without the addition of a diacrylate. With the addition of a diacrylate, the front velocities were slower than for dodecyl acrylate (with the diacrylate), a compound of comparable molecular weight. Monomers prepared from the (2-dimethylamino)ethyl methacrylate could support frontal polymerization alone but the front velocities were lower than dodecyl (meth)acrylate. These results are contrasted with recent results of Jiménez et al. for room temperature kinetics. Finally, the polymers prepared were comparable to those prepared by batch curing at 75 °C except for the monomethacrylate ionic liquid, which lost some tertiary amine by dissociation and evaporation. © 2007 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J Polym Sci Part A: Polym Chem 45: 2745,2754, 2007 [source]


Influence of Ethylene Ionomers on the Electrical Properties of Crosslinked Polyethylene

MACROMOLECULAR MATERIALS & ENGINEERING, Issue 10 2006
Qing Quan Ke
Abstract Summary: Water treeing is a deterioration mechanism observed in the polymeric insulation of extruded cables, which can affect the service life of the transmission and distribution XLPE power cables. To improve the water-tree resistance of XLPE, it was blended with sodium-neutralized EAA-Na ionomers which were formed by neutralization of EAA with NaOH. A series of XLPE/EAA-Na ionomer blends were investigated for their electrical properties, such as water treeing, electrical breakdown strength, dielectric constant, and dissipation factor. The results strongly suggest that EAA-Na ionomers can improve the water-tree resistance of XLPE, and the XLPE/EAA-Na blends retain excellent dielectric properties. Characterization of XLPE/EAA-Na blends by using FTIR indicates that the neutralization reaction is effectively achieved. In addition, it can be found that XLPE/EAA-Na blends are partially compatible from observing morphology observations made by SEM and, therefore, EAA-Na ionomers can be well dispersed in the matrix. Water tree length of the XLPE/EAA-0.5Na blends. [source]