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Zheludkevich, M. Tedim and M. As a consequence, colloidal science experienced an important boost but mostly restricted to the study of dispersed solid particles in liquid solutions. In this context, it was not until by the end of World War I that the term aerosol, introduced by Irish chemist Frederick G.
Donnan while studying warfare chemical smokes, described the dispersion of clouds composed of fine particles and matter in the air. Since then, a suspension of small solid particles scattered in a gaseous phase was called an aerosol and paved the way to the development of new branches of chemistry with a tremendous social and ecological impact in the form of atmospheric and environmental chemistries.
The aerosol dispersion of finely divided matter is a characteristic of several processes that occur in nature: pollution, forest fires, acid rains and volcanic eruptions. As the particles can encompass a wide range size, from a few angstroms to several microns, it is only necessary that the suspension remains stable while various chemical reactions are taking place and overcome gravitational settling, just as it occurs during a liquid phase synthesis of colloidal solutions.
In this case, the dispersed phase can be either in solid or liquid form droplets and these species will respond under new reaction conditions. Spray drying techniques related to aerosol processes have a long history in food manufacture e. From the aforementioned examples, it is evident that the operational conditions of spray drying are benign, as they preserve the nutritive value of food or the molecular structure of drug components. A simple description of the equipment used for aerosol high throughput of mesoporous oxide particles will be given: first, a solution or suspension is transformed into very small drops using an atomizer, where these drops can be considered as individual reactors.
Then, transported by a carrier gas these micro reactors come into contact with a hot gas spray drying or pass through an oven where a chemical reaction and pyrolysis occurs spray pyrolysis ; a collector at the end of the line holds the synthesized product See Fig. There is a great similarity in the spray drying and spray pyrolysis processes.
When no chemical reaction occurs within the droplet the drops simply dry out , the method is called spray drying. As can be will seen, spray drying techniques have been extended to systems with chemical reactions that require mild temperatures conditions sol-gel chemistry.
Sometimes, a spray dryer is generally used in the synthetic first steps, but a subsequent chemical reaction at higher temperature leads to the final products. In this chapter, the focus will be on the synthesis and applications of mesoporous oxide colloidal particles obtained from aerosol-assisted sol-gel processes based on spray drying and spray pyrolysis. In addition, critical parameters concerning the chemical and physical processes required for a successful synthesis will be presented.
Figure 2. A chemical reaction may or may not be involved. These building blocks can be small molecules, 26 Nanostructured Multifunctional Materials nanoparticles, biomolecules, macromolecules, polymers, colloids, etc. However, the chemistry for binding these components should keep the original properties of these blocks. In this context, sol-gel chemistry has emerged in the last decades as a synthetic approach that facilitates the integration of various molecular building blocks with precise control of both their physical and chemical properties Livage et al.
Starting from an inorganic precursor, based on a metal or metalloid element surrounded by oxo-ligands, a series of hydrolysis and condensation reactions generates hydroxylated compounds which further connect through oxo-bridges Scheme 2.
Scheme 2. Alkoxysilanes shine because they allow easy surface functionalization, keeping both the texture of the substrate particles, powders, plain surfaces and their bulk properties density, refractive index, magnetism and they can be bought from standard chemical suppliers Bordoni et al. These features add for the quest to find simple and trouble-free coupling chemistries, a hot subject for anyone looking to tailor a certain material with simple organic synthetic steps Wei et al.
Moreover, the condensation can involve more than one Mesoporous Particles by Combination of Aerosol Route and Sol-Gel Process 27 molecular species: cluster—monomer aggregation, the formation of oligomeric species by cluster— cluster aggregation or more complex intermolecular structures. This scenario complicates the kinetic analysis as each entity will have a different reaction rate leading to different intermediates formed as hydrolysis and condensation reactions proceed. As the kinetics of these two important reactions are modulated by numerous variables, from a practical point of view, it is easier to analyze the relative rates of the hydrolysis and condensation reactions only.
In this analysis, similar to what is done in organic polymerizations, molecular species present in the sol-gel systems are usually oversimplified e. Some of the most important variables to consider when dealing with sol-gel processes will be sketched here; detailed analysis can be found elsewhere Brinker and Scherer Silica is by far one of the most studied systems due to the commercial availability and the ample library of organoalkoxysilanes.
Several parameters allow fine-tuning of the hydrolysis and condensation kinetics: i Increasing chain length, bulkiness or inductive effects of the hydrolysable R-groups lowers the hydrolysis rate due to steric factors. At low pH, a large number of monomers or small oligomers with reactive Si-OH groups are simultaneously formed and condensation is the rate-determining step. Although strongly alkaline conditions should favour hydrolysis and lower the condensation rate, a solvent change can dramatically minimize the solubility of silicate species.
In the case of aerosol synthesis, low pH organoalkoxysilane solutions are usually used. On the other hand, viscosity and boiling point will be important for atomization conditions. This has the effect of thinning the electrical double layer around the particles, overcoming repulsion forces and aggregating the particles.
Ionic species are present in the precursor solution if acid catalysis is used. In the case of non-Si based oxides, it must be considered that transitions metals, due to their electropositivity, are more prone to a nucleophilic attack when compared to Si. Moreover, they show higher coordination numbers which result in bigger clusters.
These fundamental regions of space define chemical environments and properly conditioned can be manipulated to increase the accessible surface area. Alternatively, they can be chemically modified resulting in more adsorption sites or increased catalytic activity. This is highly convenient if looking for increasing the efficiency of a chemical conversion or to immobilize dangerous chemical species in the minimum amount of adsorbent and catalyst.
As surface materials technical characterizations exploded from the late 70s Che and Vedrine , it was recognized that infinitesimal subdivision of particulate matter would directly increase the accessed total surface area.
However, this would imply that the material also has to remain dispersed in the continuous phase, just as a simple molecule. This may be suitable if pursuing catalytical efficiency in homogenous processes but, in some cases, heterogeneous processes 28 Nanostructured Multifunctional Materials benefit from the fact that the solid phase may be recoverable, reusable or recyclable. Increasing surface area while keeping solid particles in a size range where settling allows an easy recovery is an added benefit.
The only way to increase surface area while keeping the overall dimensions of the object is increasing their porosity. Compared to a natural catalyst, one could find that enzyme pockets hold a cavity where anchored chemical groups carry on a chemical reaction in a concerted way with nanometric precision.
As it will be seen below, shaping a pore and their interconnections in a hierarchical way requires a new set of synthetic tools and a change in the paradigmatic view for building macromolecular structures. When it comes to pore classification the immediate and usual definition employed is that from IUPAC: according to their distribution size pores can be divided in microporous less than 2 nm diameter , mesoporous in the 2—50 nm range and macroporous larger than 50 nm.
Further, pores distributed within materials can be either randomly and disordered or they can have a regular spatial arrangement with a defined symmetry. Historically, natural microporous materials such as zeolites, discovered more than years ago present a highly crystalline structure of a narrow pore system Xu et al.
It was soon recognized that new materials, and consequently a new synthesis approach, must be envisaged. Considered to be the future of novel porous catalysts, the family of mesoporous molecular sieves developed in Mobil Research and Development Corporation Mobil Composition of Matter, MCM came from the research on pillared layered-materials and aluminosilicate artificial-zeolite synthesis, holding the promise to bring the solution to the petrochemical industry Beck et al.
However, the initial excitement soon declined as the obtained frameworks had a number of disadvantages: low thermal stability, weak surface acidity, and were easily deactivated, resulting in poor catalysts for oil cracking. Nonetheless, the principles used for designing these materials and the knowledge derived to interpret the synthetic mechanisms soon spilt over various chemical and technological areas which, combined with powerful material characterization techniques, brought new light to the materials science field Zhao et al.
If one recalls the enzyme pocket analogy, one should look to chemistries that use a scaffold or molecular interactions that arrange the chemical precursors through self-assembly at a precise distance. In the process of trying to categorize the different strategies for obtaining porous structures, one would find that some of them share similarities; divisions between them become blurred and make the classification harder.
Following, some key concepts that use several approaches will illustrate the overall strategies for pore formation. Hard Templates The infiltration of chemical precursors within solid porous materials provides a simple starting point for making a porous structure after hard template dissolution. Successful strategies primarily rely on different solubility properties of the filling material and the hard template in various solvents; typical pairs are silica-polymer, semiconductor-silica, metals-polymers where specific solvents are able to selectively etch one of the components.
Many of these strategies have been known for a while from the electronic industry for microprocessor fabrication: precise etching rates have been elaborated for silica, oxides, photoresists and metals when patterning integrated transistors Williams and Muller , Wu et al.
One of the reasons for using a hard template is based on its wide Mesoporous Particles by Combination of Aerosol Route and Sol-Gel Process 29 accessibility, ease of fabrication and appropriate composition of the framework for later dissolution or removal. Arrays of noble metal ultramicrolectrodes Au, Pt were prepared by electrochemical deposition within the pores of both types of membrane filters Foss Jr et al. Several researchers explored the electrochemical anodization of Al substrates Anodic Alumina Oxidation, AAO as high-throughput top-down nanofabrication of 1D structures nanotubes or patterning 2D dot arrays Lee and Park One of the essential requirements for choosing a hard template is the possibility of manufacturing a 3D porous structure from simple building blocks that self-assemble spontaneously.
In this context, the fabrication of colloidal crystals from sub micrometric spherical particles provides an easy approach for obtaining a highly porous and interconnected structure Talapin et al. Multiple approaches have been used to induce the packing of the spheres and the formation of a colloidal crystal: gravity settling, evaporation, electrical fields, spin coating, etc. Vogel et al. As the particles accommodate, voids are left where metal Cong and Cao and metal oxide Blanford et al.
Subsequent removal of the starting colloids e. On the other hand, disordered but highly interconnected porous frameworks are the basis of carbon electrodes for fuel cell applications Chai et al. Soft Templates Structured Assisted Templating During the study of zeolite artificial synthesis, a key concept emerged conceiving that their frameworks were made up from complex building units present in solution Cundy and Cox Experimental conditions established that highly porous materials could be obtained after introducing organic molecules e.
After appropriate conditioning of the inorganic backbone, the organic template is removed and pores are obtained. Several techniques tackled the study and analysis of the formation of the nascent building blocks in solution and how cooperative forces operate in the self-assembly with the molecular templates Burkett and Davis The preceding molecular scheme was soon extended to bigger templates based on surfactant molecules.
In this context, amphiphilic molecules surfactants have a very special role as they display a polar head and a non polar tail; one of these ends tend to aggregate in solvents where one of these domains is insoluble. The different molecular packing is directly related to interfacial curvature energies associated with molecular parameters a polar charge, chain length, steric hindrance, etc. Israelachvili The variety of self-assembled configurations accessible highlight an exceptional perspective for the development 30 Nanostructured Multifunctional Materials Figure 2.
Chemistry of Materials 13 10 : — Copyright , American Chemical Society. Specific interactions appear between the oxide precursor species and the polar head of the surfactant; when ionic surfactants are used as templates, the formation of the mesoporous material is mainly governed by electrostatic interactions.
The charges of the surfactant polar head and the mineral precursor are opposite under the pH synthetic conditions, where further condensation of mineral drives the formation of the final material Soler-Illia et al. On the other hand, when non-ionic surfactants are used the main interactions between the template and the inorganic species are through H-bonding or dipolar interactions Soler-Illia et al.
This scheme represented in Fig. Lyotropic Liquid Crystal Templating If the solvent fraction is low enough, the surfactant-surfactant interaction drives the formation of a highly auto organized phase and Lyotropic Liquid Crystal LLC forms. Interestingly, this defines a new way to drive chemical reactions because the formation of highly organized phases with hydrophobic and hydrophilic regions can be controlled from a self-assembled mixture of a non-ionic surfactant and water with pores in the 2—5 nm diameter range.
Then a condensation, precipitation or mineralization that proceeds only in the hydrophilic region of the LLC template, results in an inorganic mesostructured replica of the liquid crystal Braun et al. This scheme has been applied to synthesize mesostructured chalcogenide semiconductor particles Braun et al. Mesoporous Particles by Combination of Aerosol Route and Sol-Gel Process 31 Controlled Phase Separations: Spinodal Decomposition A very interesting approach that requires precise knowledge of the thermo dynamical variables is the spontaneous phase separation of an initially miscible; the phase separation can be controlled in such a way to avoid the coalescence of the individual phases.
This strategy is advantageous for synthesizing bicontinuous macrostructures or the nucleation of small regions of the minority phase with nanometre dimensions. Moreover, this concept has been extended to a variety of blends polymers, solids, alloys, etc.
In the case of hybrid materials, synthesis quenching of miscible systems through temperature drop or solvent removal causes phase separation. In this context, block-, copolymer phase separations are frequently found as the main strategy for the modification of planar surfaces Walheim et al. The spinodal phase separation of a mesophase acting both as a carbon precursor and as a soft polymer template results in a continuous macro-mesoporous structure after carbonization Adelhelm et al.
Starting from dilute solutions of a surfactant soft template , hydrolyzed species or nanometric building blocks framework , a volatile solvent and a catalyzer usually an acid or base aided by the gradual solvent evaporation induced the formation of a liquid crystal mesophase.
In contrast to the use of a hard template, this is a highly dynamic process, where the kinetics of the inorganic phase mineralization must follow the chemical constraints of the mesostructuring template. This procedure looks promising for avoiding restrained diffusion or pore blocking problems found as chemical precursors infiltrating the liquid crystal phase whenever using hard templates.
Besides the sol-gel hybrid structure is finally consolidated after template removal calcination or solvent extraction which usually condenses the reticular oxide due to water elimination. In the case of colloidal particles, EISA was soon adapted to an aerosol spray-drying system boosting the opportunities for tailoring the porous material synthesis as sol-gel chemistry is processed under mild conditions Fig.
It can be seen that the starting precursors solution can include templating agents that can act as hard templates e. Reproduced with permission from Damien P. Debecker et al. Chemical Record 18 7 : — Copyright , John Wiley and Sons. Spray Drying Process and Devices Spray Drying Process In the last few years, spray drying for powder production, based on the evaporation of the solvent from solutions, suspensions or emulsions with chemical precursors, and its use in the synthesis of various advanced materials, such as films, core-shell particles, composite materials, etc.
Arpagaus et al. The spray drying process consists of three relevant steps: i formation of small drops of the precursor solution, which are dispersed in the carrier gas aerosol formation , ii the liquid drops come in contact with the drying gas typically hot air, N2 or other gases and iii dry product collection. The general scheme of a typical spray dryer can be seen in Fig.
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