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Synthesis of Magnetic CuFe2O4-Cellulose Nanocrystals Compositesand Its Catalysis Properties
  
DOI:10.11980/j.issn.0254-508X.2018.05.005
Key Words:CuFe2O4  cellulose nanocrystals  solvothermal  catalysis reduction  4-nitrophenol
Fund Project:陕西省2015科技统筹创新工程计划项目(2015KTCQ01-44); 陕西省造纸技术及特种纸品重点实验室项目(No.12JS024); 陕西省教育厅重点科学研究计划(重点实验室)(No.17JS016);广西清洁化制浆造纸与污染控制重点实验室开放基金(KF 201711)。
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ZHANG Su-feng1,* 1.Department of Resources Chemical and Materials Engineering University of Science and Technology Shaanxi Provincial Key Lab of Papermaking Technology and Specialty Paper Development Key Lab of Paper Based Functional Materials of China National Light IndustryNational Demonstration Center for Experimental Light Chemistry Engineering EducationXi’anShaanxi Province710021 
ZHAO Dong-yan1 1.Department of Resources Chemical and Materials Engineering University of Science and Technology Shaanxi Provincial Key Lab of Papermaking Technology and Specialty Paper Development Key Lab of Paper Based Functional Materials of China National Light IndustryNational Demonstration Center for Experimental Light Chemistry Engineering EducationXi’anShaanxi Province710021 
HOU Chen1 1.Department of Resources Chemical and Materials Engineering University of Science and Technology Shaanxi Provincial Key Lab of Papermaking Technology and Specialty Paper Development Key Lab of Paper Based Functional Materials of China National Light IndustryNational Demonstration Center for Experimental Light Chemistry Engineering EducationXi’anShaanxi Province710021 
LIANG Chen2 2. Guangxi Key Lab of Clean Pulping Papermaking and Pollution Control NanningGuangxi Zhuang Autowomous Region543003 
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Abstract:In this article, Magnetic CuFe2O4-CNC compositewasprepared via aone-step solvothermal method, using FeCl3, CuCl2, NaAc and CNC as the sources of Fe, Cu, N and carrier, respectively. The magnetic CuFe2O4-cellulose nanocrystals(CuFe2O4-CNC) composites were characterized by inductive coupled plasma emission spectrometer atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-AES), transmission electron microscopy(TEM), Fouriertransform infrared spectrometer (FT-IR),X-ray diffraction (XRD), specific surface areas analyzer (BET), vibrating sample magnetometer(VSM) and thermogravimetric (TG-DSC). The results showed that the CuFe2O4-CNC was cubic spinel crystal structure and the composites exhibited a nanosphere structure with about 10 nm. It could be found that the CuFe2O4-CNC composite presented the maximum saturationmagnetization of 171.56 kA/m, respectively. Both of them weresuperparamagnetic materials. The CuFe2O4-CNC composite at 200℃ for 8h had larger specific surface areas and catalytic activity to degrade4-nitrophenol.
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