Papers by Author: Ling Bin Lu

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Authors: Ling Bin Lu, Wu Yuan Zhang, Qiang Lin, Li Sha Pan, Su Juan Pang, Nai Xu
Abstract: A novel and green mechanochemical technique, the grinding-based method, was applied for synthesis of multi-metal cyanide (MMC) complexes. In order to discovery the effect of metal element on structure and catalyst efficiency, the obtained three MMCs were made from deferent three metal salts groups, which including ZnCl2 to NiCl2 to K3Fe(CN)6 molar ratio of 4:3:1 (MMC-1), ZnCl2 to NiCl2 to K3Co(CN)6 molar ratio of 4:4:1 (MMC-2), and ZnCl2 to NiCl2 to K4Fe(CN)6, respectively. And three MMCs were further used for copolymerization of CO2 and propylene oxide. FTIR and 1H NMR results shown, the alternating copolymerization obtained anticipated poly(propylene carbonate) with high catalytic activity. Comparing to the conventional solvent-based synthesis, the strikingly efficient and practically applicable grinding-based method reveals clear merits for syntheses of MMC complexes.
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Authors: Nai Xu, Li Sha Pan, Ling Bin Lu, Su Juan Pang, Qiang Lin
Abstract: The crystalline structure, morphology, and nonisothermal crystallization and melting behavior of isotactic polypropylene (iPP) with and without a novel nucleating agent containing amide group (TMC-328) were investigated with differential scanning calorimetric (DSC), polarized optical microscopy (POM) and X-ray diffraction (XRD). TMC-328 could increase the crystallization temperature and accelerate the crystallization rate of iPP. As an efficient α-form nucleating agent, the addition of TMC-328 could obviously reduce the spherulite size of iPP. There is a critical concentration of TMC-328. When the content of TMC-328 is 0.1%, iPP matrix exhibits the maximum crystallization peak temperature (123 °C) and the maximum crystallinity of 45.0%. With the content of TMC-328 increasing, crystallinity of iPP matrix decreases obviously. XRD measurements indicate that the crystal structure of the α-form of iPP is unaffected by TMC-328.
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Authors: Wan Tao Guo, Ling Bin Lu, Jian Jun Shi, Jia Yu Sun
Abstract: Carboxymethyl chitosan aerogel was prepared by freeze-drying method with glutaraldehyde as crosslinking agent. The effect of different concentrations of crosslinking agent and solvent on the gel time and porosity was investigated. The absorption capacity of aerogel was investigated with different oils (gasoline, diesel oil, peanut oil, dimethyl silicone). The results were shown as 1) the highest porosity of the aerogel was 95.01% and the lowest density was 0.026g/cm3. 2) The optimum preparation condition was the concentration of crosslinking agent 20%, the solvent concentration 2%. Oil absorption capacity of the aerogel was up to the maximum of 28.6g/g (to dimethyl silicone), which was higher than to the other three oils. This work offered a preparation method for the high porosity, high oil-absorbing massive carboxymethyl chitosan aerogel and revealed its potential application in the treatment of oil pollution.
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Authors: Ling Bin Lu, Ke Long Huang, Feng Wen
Abstract: Based on COMPASS forcefield, the relationship between microstructure and macroscopic properties of poly (propylene-co-γ-butyrolactone carbonate) (PPCG) was firstly investigated with ‘Materials Studio’ simulation soft successfully. The results of simulation showed that the molecular chain of PPCG was flexible. Degradable carbonic and carboxylic ester groups were distributed outside the PPCG cell. Furthermore the structure of micro-phase separation was observed in PPCG cell. The structure of micro-phase separation of PPCG can be applied to the self-assembly of drug molecule.
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Authors: Heng Mao, Xiao Yu Huang, Chong Lin, Ling Bin Lu, Yang Cao
Abstract: Cellulose hydrogel was prepared from cellulose/NaOH aqueous solutions. Silica was added into cellulose hydrogel by TEOS hydrolysis method. Finally aerogel was obtained by the freeze-drying technique. The influence of silica on the properties of cellulose aerogel was studied in detail. With cellulose content 3%, the water absorption of cellulose-SiO2 composite aerogel was only about 50% of the water absorption of cellulose aerogel. The result showed that silica could effectively reduce the water absorption of cellulose aerogel significantly and reduce the extent of structural damage that resulted from highly water absorption of cellulose aerogel. At the same time, with the increase of cellulose content, density of cellulose aerogel increased, while porosity decreased. It led to the water absorption of aerogel decrease with the increasing of cellulose content.
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