Synthesis and characterization of Co3(Po4)2 and Ni3(Po4)2 composite membranes based on PVC: A Comparative electrochemical studies through aqueous electrolyte solutions

Document Type: Research Paper

Authors

1 Department of Applied Chemistry AMU Aligarh

2 Department of Material Science and Engineering, IIT Kanpur

3 Applied sciences Jamia Millia islamia, New Delhi

4 Centre of Excellence in Environmental Studies, King Abdul Aziz University, Jeddah, KSA

Abstract

The mechanical stability is an important phenomenon which governs many applications based properties of membranes. The inorganic materials of membrane may have been synthesized by qualitative the novel sol-gel or co-precipitation methods of material synthesis. The mMembranes of cobalt (CP) and nickel (NP) composites have been was designed by mixing of the polyvinyl chloride (PVC) with cobalt phosphate (CP), nickel phosphate and (NP) materials separately into 1:1 ratio of percentage into a definite ratio of percentage. These composite membranes were characterized by various sophisticated techniques like FTIR, XRD, TGA/DTA, SEM supported EDX, LCR studies, whereas antibacterial analysis and electrochemical studies have also been done by TMS theoretical method. different methods .Such These prepared membranes have indicated shown appropriate desired mechanical, chemical and thermal stabilities. Thesecomposite membraneswere characterized by various sophisticated techniques like FTIR, XRD, TGA/DTA, SEM supported EDX, LCR studies,whereas antibacterial analysis and electrochemical studies have also been done bydifferent methods . The above characterization techniques indicate the givesgive the informatio n about the functional groups, material nature, thermal stability, surface structure, porosity, elemental percentages, dielectric nature, and ion transportation etc. Teorell Meyer and Seviers (TMS) method iswas used to show the important membrane parameters of membrane like charge density, transport number, mobility ratio, and charge effectiveness

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Synthesis and characterization of Co3(Po4)2 and Ni3(Po4)2 composite membranes based on PVC: A Comparative electrochemical studies through aqueous electrolyte solutions

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