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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Aminopropyl-modified Magnesium-phyllosilicates: Layered Solids With Tailored Interlayer Access And Reactivity|
Da Silva C.R.
|Abstract:||Despite its wide application, the synthesis of aminopropyl-modified magnesium-phyllosilicates was known only in the case where every silicon atom bore an organic pending group. This paper shows the preparation of aminopropylmodified talc where tailored amounts of silicon atoms are bound to an aminopropyl group. The decrease in the concentration of the organoamino group leaves a proportional concentration of interlayer SiOH groups that can be used to react with other silylation agents. The amino group reacts with CO 2, forming a carbamate functionality; it seems that the presence of this group avoids delamination in water as performed for the parent compound. Bearing in mind that the aminopropyl group can be changed by other groups, the present synthesis strategy demonstrates ways to produce solids with controlled surface properties with interlayer amino and SiOH groups in variable concentrations, allowing formation of several other interlayer functionalities. © 2008 American Chemical Society.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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