This study investigated the effect of aging temperature on the development of natural zeolite. Natural zeolite was modified by surfactant treatment using cetyltrimethylammonium bromide as the cationic surfactant for mesopore template. Characterization materials used XRD, FTIR and nitrogen physisorption. XRD diffractograms showed variations aging temperature caused the crystallinity and mesopores structure of natural zeolite (MZ). All FTIR spectra showed the presence of silanol and siloxane in the sample MZ and modified of natural zeolite (MMZ). It is proved that all the samples MZ and MMZ on any variation is economical silica-based material. Meanwhile, physisorption nitrogen profiles gave information that the addition of aging temperatures increased the surface area of the modified material but at a temperature of 100°C, the surface area of MMZ becomes smaller due to the water loss system.
|Title of host publication
|Development of Chemical Education in 21st Century Learning
|Subtitle of host publication
|Proceedings of the 2nd International Seminar on Chemical Education, ISCE 2017
|Is Fatimah, Allwar, Riyanto, Krisna Merdekawati, Noor Fitri
|American Institute of Physics Inc.
|Published - 5 Dec 2017
|2nd International Seminar on Chemical Education: Development of Chemical Education in 21st Century Learning, ISCE 2017 - Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Duration: 12 Sept 2017 → 13 Sept 2017
|AIP Conference Proceedings
|2nd International Seminar on Chemical Education: Development of Chemical Education in 21st Century Learning, ISCE 2017
|12/09/17 → 13/09/17