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Immobilization of Metal-Organic Frameworks onto Cotton Fabrics

양준호 (포항공과대학교)

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  • 발행기관 포항공과대학교 일반대학원
  • 지도교수이은성
  • 발행년도2017
  • 학위수여년월2017. 8
  • 학위명석사
  • 학과 및 전공일반대학원 화학과
  • 본문언어영어
  • 저작권포항공과대학교 논문은 저작권에 의해 보호받습니다.
초록 moremore
Cotton materials are the renewable polymer and have many advantages to be used in scientifically and industrially. Since hydroxyl groups are present in many parts of cellulose, many applications and various studies have been developed by using these functional groups for chemical reactions. This th...
Cotton materials are the renewable polymer and have many advantages to be used in scientifically and industrially. Since hydroxyl groups are present in many parts of cellulose, many applications and various studies have been developed by using these functional groups for chemical reactions. This thesis describes the synthesis, analysis and applications of cotton materials that are immobilized of metal-organic frameworks. In chapter 2, we suggested the synthetic methods for the immobilization of metal-organic frameworks onto cotton fabrics. Solvothermal methods and an alternative approach synthetic methods are described. The successful deposition of UiO-66 and ZIF-8 crystals was confirmed by analytical techniques including powder X-ray diffraction, ATR-IR and SEM. Most meaningfully, the two kinds of metal-organic frameworks were excellent surface coverage for cotton fabrics. And we suggested that step-optimization for chemical attachment and growth of UiO-66 onto cellulose. In chapter 3, synthesis of water-stable and hydrophobic cotton with immobilization of hydrophobic metal-organic framework onto cotton fabric is described via solvothermal method and post-synthetic modification. This approach is the first example for water-stable and hydrophobic cotton, and hydrophobicity of Cotton-MOFs is measured by water-contact angle and stability by water vapor test
목차 moremore
Chapter 1. General Information 1
1.1 Metal-Organic Frameworks 2
1.2 Cotton Chemistry 5
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Chapter 1. General Information 1
1.1 Metal-Organic Frameworks 2
1.2 Cotton Chemistry 5
1.3 Research Goals and Thesis Organization 11
1.4 Reference 12
Chapter 2. Immobilization of Metal-Organic Frameworks onto Cotton Fabrics 18
2.1 Introduction 19
2.2 Result & Discussion 21
2.3 Conclusion 35
2.4 Experimental Section 36
2.5 Reference 39
Chapter 3. Synthesis of Water Stable and Hydrophobic Cotton with CottonMOFs 41
3.1 Introduction 42
3.2 Result & Discussion 44
3.3 Conclusion 53
3.4 Experimental Section 54
3.5 Supporting Information 56
3.6 Reference 59
Summary (In Korean) 61
Acknowledgement (in Korean) 63
Curriculum Vitae 65