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Journal of the Korean Ceramic Society 2009;46(6): 627.
doi: https://doi.org/10.4191/kcers.2009.46.6.627
다공성 원료를 사용한 수열합성 패널의 물성과 포름알데히드 흡착 특성
임두혁, 추용식1, 송훈1, 이종규1
한양대학교 신소재공학과,한국세라믹기술원 그린세라믹본부
1한국세라믹기술원 그린세라믹본부
Formaldehyde Adsorption and Physical Characteristics of Hydrothermal Reacted Panels Using Porous Materials
Du-Hyuk Im, Yong-Sik Chu1, Hoon Song1, Jong-Kyu Lee1
Green Ceramic Division, Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering & Technology,Green Ceramic Division, Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering & Technology
1Green Ceramic Division, Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering & Technology
Formaldehyde emissions from the construct was harmful to human. Diatomite, bentonite and zeolite were used as porous materials for fabricating panels. Formaldehyde adsorption and physical characteristics of porous materials were investigated and hydrothermal method was applied to fabricate panels. Formaldehyde adsorption contents of panels with porous materials were higher than that of panel without porous materials. The panels with Cheolwon diatomite and Pohang zeolite showed excellent characteristics of Formaldehyde adsorption. These characteristics were caused by higher surface area and pore volume of porous materials. Formaldehyde adsorption contents were influenced by surface area and pore volume of panels. Correlation coefficient between surface area and Formaldehyde adsorption content of panels was 0.87. The panels with porous materials had higher strength than that without porous materials because of bridging role particles.
Key words: Formaldehyde adsorption, Porous materials, Hydrothermal method, Panel
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