Porous structure of nano-dimensional boraso-graphenic powders

  • A. V. Petrova Institute for Problems of Materials Science. I. Frantsevich National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • V. V. Garbuz Institute for Problems of Materials Science. I. Frantsevich National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • T. F. Lobunets Institute for Problems of Materials Science. I. Frantsevich National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • T. V. Tomila Institute for Problems of Materials Science. I. Frantsevich National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Keywords: surface structure, borazographene, impurity, boroxazole, dissolution

Abstract

The structural features of surface of the nano-dimensional bor-azo-graphenic powders (t-BNg) after previous washing in boiling water were researched. The results showed that after process of purifier (washing) the powder’s surface of t-BNg characterized as slit-like micro-, mesoporous (monodispersed) structure with a narrow porous distribution in the range of 3.82 - 4.17 nm. The outer surface specific area of the powders of t-BNg according to “t - method” is 28.3 m2/g. The inner specific surface area of the mesopores is 141 m2/g (BJH method). The residues of boron oxonitride in the form of a purified sublimate, a white powder, extracted from a washed and dried sample of t-BNg at a temperature of 540 K and a pressure of ≤ 1.0 Pa. The sublimate, according to chemical analysis and infrared spectroscopy, was identified on the assumption of the cyclic dimer of di-hydro-di-hydroxo-di-bor-ox-azole of the composition of H(OH)[(BON)2](OH)H. The model of carbamide synthesis of boron nitride, as a sequence of chemical transformations of borate-carbamide precursors in a freely radical boron-pair (> B - N <), have proposed.

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Published
2017-10-08
How to Cite
Petrova, A. V., Garbuz, V. V., Lobunets, T. F., & Tomila, T. V. (2017). Porous structure of nano-dimensional boraso-graphenic powders. Surface, (9(24), 81-95. https://doi.org/10.15407/Surface.2017.09.081
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Physics and chemistry of surface phenomena