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The variations between values are significant when compared with measurement uncertainties. 20°C/min. Images from transmission electron microscopy of Bio fired at 1100°C, 3°C/min and 1150°C, 20°C/min are presented in Fig. 3a and Fig. 3b respectively. The presence of an amorphous phase containing small needle like crystallites was observed. The crystalline phase was always identified as mullite by micro-diffraction although there were various crystallographic orientations. Additional observations by local microanalysis of potassium and iron elements indicated the following: - Potassium is not present in mullite crystals or nearby.
01°2θ. Intensity (arbitrary unit) 32 15 20 25 ° 30 35 40 45 Fig. 1 : (a) : X-ray diffraction pattern of Bio kaolin sintered at 1100°C, 3°C/min. The separation of the size and micro-strain effects was carried out using Williamson-Hall plots 9. (βobs – βinst)cos θ = λ/Dv + 4 εstr(sin θ) (1) Where εstr is the weighted average strain, β the integral breadth of a reflection (in radians 2θ), located at 2θ and Dv the volume weighted crystallite size. A typical result is presented in Fig. 2 for the sample fired at 1100°C, 3°C/min.
This is due to the longer chain of the silane grafted, for which combustion occurs in several steps. 2. These results are included in the Table 1. Qg = (weight loss between 150 and 600°C, per gram of modified silica) / (Molecular weight of chain attached to silicon atom of the silane agent) (1) Grafting yield = 100 * Qg/ Qa (2) Surf-Free Soxhlet Surf-Free Reflux GPM-A PEO-C As-Synth Fig. 2. TGA plots of the silica substrate before silanation (As-synth), after silanation with GPTMS (GPM-A), after silanation with PEOTMS (PEO-C), after surfactant extraction by refluxing (Surf-Free Reflux) or by a Soxhlet equipment (Surf-Free Soxhlet).