Green Synthesis of Cationic Polyacrylamide Composite Catalyzed by An Ecologically Catalyst Clay Called Maghnite-H+ (Algerian MMT) Under Microwave Irradiation

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Submitted: 14-06-2016
Published: 20-08-2016
Section: Original Research Articles
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In this study, a novel green cationic hydrogel of cationic polyacrylamide composite have been prepared and investigated. The synthesis of green cationic polyacrylamide composite was evaluated for its solubility in water. The reactions were performed using acrylamide monomer, solvent, catalyst (clay fin called maghnite) and solution of  H2SO4 (0.25 M), with the system under microwave irradiation (160 ºC) for 4 min. Major factors affecting the polymerization reaction were studied with a view to discover appropriate conditions for preparation of the composite. The cationic polyacrylamide obtained is the subject of future studies of modification and transformation. The resulting polymer has been characterized by a variety of characterization techniques, such as: Fourier Transform Infrared Spectra and 1H NMR spectra.  Copyright © 2016 BCREC GROUP. All rights reserved

Received: 10th June 2015; Revised: 2nd September 2015; Accepted: 5th January 2016

How to Cite: Abdelkader, R., Mohammed, B. (2016). Green Synthesis of Cationic Polyacrylamide Composite Catalyzed by An Ecologically  Catalyst Clay Called Maghnite-H+ (Algerian MMT) Under Microwave Irradiation. Bulletin of Chemical Reaction Engineering & Catalysis, 11 (2): 170-175 (doi:10.9767/bcrec.11.2.543.170-175)

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Cationic polyacrylamide; hydrogel; Maghnite-H+; green chemistry; Microwave irradiation

  1. Rahmouni Abdelkader 
    Laboratory of Polymer Chemistry, Départment of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, Oran University, BP 1524.El M’nouar. 31000 Oran,, Algeria
  2. Belbachir Mohammed 
    Laboratory of Polymer Chemistry, Départment of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, Oran University, BP 1524.El M’nouar. 31000 Oran,, Algeria
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