Formation and Characteristics of Acrylonitrile/Urea Inclusion Compound
- Received Date: 2013-02-08
- Acrylonitrile, Urea inclusion compound, Molar ratio, Heat of decomposition, Formation process
Abstract: The formation process and composition of the acrylonitrile/urea inclusion compounds (AN/UIC) with different aging times and AN/urea molar feed ratios are studied by differen-tial scanning calorimetry (DSC) and X-ray diffraction (XRD). It is suggested that DSC candetermine the guest/host ratio and the heat of decomposition. Meanwhile, the guest/host ratio and heat of decomposition are obtained, which are 1.17 and 5361.53 J/mol, respec-tively. It is suggested AN molecules included in urea canal lattice may be packed flat against each other. It is found that the formation of AN/UIC depends on the aging time. XRD results reveal that once AN molecules enter urea lattice, AN/UIC are formed, which possess the final structure. When AN molecules are sufficient, the length of AN molecular arrays in urea canals increases as aging time prolonging until urea tunnels are saturated by AN.
|Citation:||Jun-ting Zou, Yu-song Wang, Wen-min Pang, Lei Shi, Fei Lu. Formation and Characteristics of Acrylonitrile/Urea Inclusion Compound[J]. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics , 2013, 26(2): 198-202. doi: 10.1063/1674-0068/26/02/198-202|