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AuthorSutar, Rajaram S.
AuthorKulkarni, Narayan P.
AuthorNagappan, Saravanan
AuthorJundle, Akshay R.
AuthorPawar, P. G.
AuthorPargaonkar, Nikhil N.
AuthorGharge, Nilam B.
AuthorYadav, Prashant S.
AuthorKshirsagar, Shrutika S.
AuthorKanchankoti, Susmita S.
AuthorSawant, Akshata S.
AuthorKodag, Snehal G.
AuthorMahajan, S. S.
AuthorShinde, V. S.
AuthorPark, Kang Hyun
AuthorSadasivuni, Kishor Kumar
AuthorBhosale, Appasaheb K.
AuthorLatthe, Sanjay S.
Available date2022-03-23T06:35:44Z
Publication Date2021
Publication NameMacromolecular Symposia
CitationSutar, R. S., Kulkarni, N. P., Nagappan, S., Jundle, A. R., Pawar, P. G., Pargaonkar, N. N., Gharge, N. B., Yadav, P. S., Kshirsagar, S. S., Kanchankoti, S. S., Sawant, A. S., Kodag, S. G., Mahajan, S. S., Shinde, V. S., Park, K. H., Sadasivuni, K. K., Bhosale, A. K., Latthe, S. S., Octadecyltrichlorosilane-Modified Superhydrophobic-Superoleophilic Stainless Steel Mesh for Oil-Water Separation. Macromol. Symp. 2021, 400, 2100096.
AbstractRecently, oil-water separation has become an important topic due to its increasing commercial demand. Here, in this study, a simple technique to prepare superhydrophobic-superoleophilic mesh for oil-water separation is reported. The pre-cleaned stainless steel mesh is modified by octadecyltrichlorosilane (ODS) through solution immersion method. The modified mesh shows the water contact angle (WCA) of 158 ± 2° and oil contact angle (OCA) of 0°. The prepared superhydrophobic-superoleophilic mesh effectively separates various oils, including petrol, kerosene, diesel, vegetable oil, and coconut oil from oil–water mixtures with separation efficiency greater than 95%, and stable recyclability up to 10 cycles. In case of low viscosity oil (petrol), the modified mesh shows permeation flux of 2086.95 ± 104.34 L/(m2.h), which is higher than high viscosity oils
SponsorThis work is financially supported by DST ? INSPIRE Faculty Scheme, Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India. [DST/INSPIRE/04/2015/000281]. S.S.L. acknowledges financial assistance from the Henan University, Kaifeng, P. R. China. The authors greatly appreciate the support of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (21950410531).
PublisherJohn Wiley and Sons Inc
Subjecthot water repellent
ODS coating
oil-water separation
stainless steel mesh
TitleOctadecyltrichlorosilane-Modified Superhydrophobic-Superoleophilic Stainless Steel Mesh for Oil-Water Separation
Issue Number1
Volume Number400

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