Izv. Vyssh. Uchebn. Zaved. Khim. Khim. Tekhnol. 2016. V. 59. N 12. P. 80-86
The investigation is devoted to the development of molding composition for cellulose diacetate (CDA) membranes preparation in order to use them as matrices for solid-surface fluorescence (SSF) of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH). Membranes were prepared under standard conditions by a dry method from CDA solutions with concentrations of 1.2–8.0 wt. % in acetone and a mixture of acetone and water (99:1 to 93:7). Pyrene was taken as a model PAH. It was adsorbed onto the membranes from water-ethanol solutions and its SSF was recorded. The best pyrene sorption and fluorescence was obtained with the CDA mem-branes made from the acetone-water (95:5 vol.) mixture with a polymer content of 3.6 wt. %. These membranes were compared with commercial filtering hydrophilic CDA membranes by the efficiency of pyrene sorption and SSF. In the range of pyrene concentrations in sorbate of 10-6–10-8 M the SSF signal was observed only for the laboratory sample. The surface en-ergy characteristics and the morphology of membranes were examined. It was shown that laboratory CDA membranes have the structure of a continuous, ‘‘lacy’’ polymer network with pore sizes within 100–500 nm, the commercial membranes are less dense and more permeable to solution, they have the pores by an order of magnitude greater, filled with a set of nodules. It was concluded that in order to get a pyrene fluorescence signal in the sorbent phase, a membrane should be finely porous, smooth, and not transparent. Laboratory CDA membranes were also modified by micellar solutions of surfactant TX-100. The highest SSF signal of pyrene was obtained with the modifier’s content in the forming solution of 0.26 wt. %. This modification allowed reducing the limit of pyrene detection by SSF down to a con-centration of 10-9 M. These matrices can be used to monitor the presence of PAH in aqueous media.
Key words: cellulose diacetate, membrane, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, pyrene, solid-surface fluorescence
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