Nano Science and Technology Institute
Nanotech 2011 Vol. 3
Nanotech 2011 Vol. 3
Nanotechnology 2011: Bio Sensors, Instruments, Medical, Environment and Energy
Chapter 11: Green Chemistry, Waste, Emissions, Remediation

Polymer Coated Nickel Ferrite Nanoparticles for High-gradient Magnetic Separation

Authors:R. Alvarez, T.M. Trad, K.S. Martirosyan
Affilation:University of Texas at Brownsville, US
Pages:770 - 773
Keywords:nickel ferrite, nanoparticles, high-gradient magnetic separation
Abstract:Magnetic separation is a complex physical process in which magnetically susceptible composites is extracted from a liquid mixture using magnetic properties of the substances. Several separation procedures are developed based on magnetic susceptibility, magnetohydrostatic, magnetohydrodynamic and separation using eddy currents. The principle of separation by magnetic susceptibility consist different action of the magnetic force in competition with drag, gravity or friction forces. Within the separation by using magnetic susceptibility procedures the high-gradient magnetic separation (HGMS) is used to effectively separate magnetic materials from a nonmagnetic liquid medium. The HGMS techniques were applied to purify kaolin clay, the removal of iron particles from process streams in steel and power plants, desulphurize coal, wastewater treatment of bacteria and solids through magnetic seeding, organic substances and microorganisms. In the present report we describe a new nonhydrolytic single precursor route for the synthesis of polymer coated nickel ferrite superparamagnetic nanoparticles to separate soluble organic compounds for HGMS. Using nonhydrolytic techniques holds great potential for producing metal oxide nanoparticles with superior properties related to surface composition and defect structure.
Polymer Coated Nickel Ferrite Nanoparticles for High-gradient Magnetic SeparationView PDF of paper
Order:Mail/Fax Form
© 2017 Nano Science and Technology Institute. All Rights Reserved.
Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Contact Us | Site Map