Diana Vanda Wellia, Diana Vanda
Universitas Andalas Padang

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Fabrication of Hydrophobic Indonesia Bamboo Modified by Octa Fluoro 1-Pentanol (OFP) Based on TiO2 Thin Film for Self-cleaning Application

The Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry Research Vol 7, No 2 (2018): Edition May-August 2018
Publisher : Chemistry Department, The University of Brawijaya

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The ultra-hydrophobic surface on Indonesia bamboo timber has been successfully prepared using OFP (2,2,3,3,4,4,5,5-octafluoro-1-pentanol) as a modifier agent. The hydrothermal method has been used to fabricate anatase TiO2 film followed by OFP modification. Maximal water contact angle of 123ο has been obtained for the composition of 10 mL of OFP and 15 mL of 2-propanol (B-T-OFP10). XRD analysis showed the existence of pure anatase TiO2 film on bamboo timber, confirmed by EDS result. SEM image of a TiO2-coated and a typical ultra-hydrophobic bamboo timber revealed irregular aggregates of spherical TiO2 on the surface and compact ultra-hydrophobic  surface, respectively. The optimum sample (B-T-OFP10) showed excellent mechanical stability, self-cleaning property, and flame retardancy compared to pure bamboo timber. 

C-N-Codoped TiO2 Synthesis by using Peroxo Sol Gel Method for Photocatalytic Reduction of Cr(VI)

The Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry Research Vol 7, No 1 (2018): Edition January-April 2018
Publisher : Chemistry Department, The University of Brawijaya

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C-N-codoped TiO2 (CNTO) photocatalysts were successfully synthesized by using “green” method peroxo sol-gel. XRD results revealed the presence of anatase phase only for all samples. The result of Scanning Electron Microscope-Electron Dispersive X-Ray (SEM-EDX) showed surface morphology of CNTO10 was spherical (44 nm) and homogeneous.  Diffuse Reflectance Spectra UV-Vis (DRS UV-Vis) result showed red shift in absorbance indicating successful modification of TiO2 by C and N. The result of photocatalytic activity in reducing Cr(VI) showed that  the Cr(VI) reduction  increase with the increase of irradiation time and photocatalyst’s mass.  The highest Cr(VI) reduction was 90.07% for CNTO10 sample. This is due to the synergistic effects of C and N dopants that improves  TiO2 photocatalytic activity under visible light irradiation.

Degradasi Zat Warna Direct Red-23 Secara Fotolisis dengan Katalis C-N-codoped TiO2

Jurnal Kimia Valensi Jurnal Kimia VALENSI Volume 3, No. 2, November 2017
Publisher : Department of Chemistry Faculty of Sciences and Technology UIN Jakarta

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Zat warna direct red-23 merupakan pewarna sintetik dengan struktur senyawa organik yang bersifat non-biodegradable. Zat warna direct red-23 mengandung senyawa azo dan bersifat karsinogenik. Zat warna direct red-23 didegradasi secara fotolisis menggunakan sinar UV (ultraviolet), sinar matahari, tanpa dan dengan penambahan katalis C-N-codoped TiO2. Larutan zat warna direct red-23setelah dan sebelum didegradasi diukur dengan spektrofotometer UV-Vis pada panjang gelombang 400-800 nm. Penentuan berat optimum katalis C-N-codoped TiO2 dilakukan dengan metode fotolisis sinar UV dan didapatkan berat optimum 15 mg. Persen degradasi zat warna direct red-23 secara fotolisis sinar UV dan sinar matahari tanpa katalis C-N-codoped TiO2 27.47% dan 13.74%. Persen degradasi meningkat menjadi 68.68% dan 28.57% dengan penambahan 15 mg katalis C-N-codoped selama 120 menit fotolisis. Dari penelitian dapat disimpulkan metode fotolisis dengan sinar UV lebih efisien dibandingkan dengan sinar matahari. Direct red-23 dye is a synthetic dye that is widely used in textile industry. Wastes generated from textile industrial processes are generally non-biodegradable organic compounds containing azo compounds and carcinogenic. Direct red-23 dye was degraded by photolysis UV Light method,  solar irradiation, without and addition of C-N-codoped TiO2 catalyst. The results degradation of direct red-23 were measured with a UV-Vis spectrophotometer at wavelength of 400-800 nm. Determination of optimum weight of the C-N-codoped TiO2 catalyst was performedby photolysisUV Light methodand the optimum C-N-codoped TiO2catalyst is obtained 15 mg. Percent degradation of direct red-23 dye by photolysis of UV light and solar irradiation without C-N-codoped TiO2to 27.47% and 13.74%. Percent degradation increasedto 68.68% and 28.57% by addingC-N-codoped TiO2 catalyst was adding 120 menutes of photolysis.From the research it can be concluded by photolysis with UV Light methodis more efficient compared to solar radiation.

SINTESIS LAPISAN TIPIS TiO2 BERPORI YANG DIMODIFIKASI OLEH NITROGEN DENGAN METODE PEROKSO SOL-GEL, KARAKTERISASI DAN APLIKASINYA SEBAGAI MATERIAL PEMBERSIH DIRI (SELF CLEANING MATERIAL)

Jurnal Riset Kimia Vol 9, No 2 (2016): March
Publisher : Universitas Andalas

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The photocatalytic properties of TiO2 compound in anatase phase can be activated under visible light by nitrogen modification and its ability can be increased by generated porous structure using polietilen glikol (PEG) on TiO2 thin film surface. The porous N/TiO2 thin films were prepared by heating aqueous peroxotitanate thin films by addition of polietilen glikol (PEG) deposited uniformly on superhydrophilic uncoated glass at 500 oC for 1 h. The result of X-ray diffraction (XRD) confirmed the resence of only anatase phase for all samples. The UV-Vis spectroscopy showed the synthesized porous N/TiO2 thin films exhibit the absorption in the visible range (400-500 nm). Photocatalytic activity of porous N/ TiO2 thin films were evaluated by using fourier transform-infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) to determine the ability of this photocatalyst for stearic acid degradation under visible light irradiation. The result showed that N/TiO2/PEG-2.1 thin film degraded the stearic acid was about 87,86%, which was 1,12 times higher than that of N-doped TiO2 and 9,9 times higher than that of undoped TiO2 thin film.