BIO Web Conf.
Volume 40, 2021III International Symposium “Innovations in Life Sciences” (ILS 2021)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Pharmaceutical Cluster as Integration of Science, Education and Industry|
|Published online||20 December 2021|
Structural features of mineral carriers of medicinal substances
Belgorod State National Research University, 308015, Belgorod, Russia
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The aim of the work is to investigation of the structural features of mineral carriers of medicinal substances. Tasks: conduct electron microscopy and study the structural features of mineral sorbents; develop a classification of sorption interaction. The materials are Smectite Dioctahedral (registration certificate N 015155/01, France), Kaolin (state standard 19608-84, Russia), Montmorillonite Clay (technical specifications 9296-001-62646221-2012, Russia). The methods are scanning electron microscopy on a FEI Quanta 600 microscope with a low vacuum mode and an LFD detector. Results. Electron microscopy of objects was performed using segmentation of elements as subsystems, inside which the morphological description does not penetrate. The morphology of objects is studied. It is established that the studied substances are microstructural objects. Porosity was determined in samples of Smectite, Kaolin and Montmorillonite Clay. The classification of sorption interaction is developed. According to the presented classification, the materials under study are divided into two groups according to their porous characteristics: Group 1-sorption interaction in pores and by ion exchange (Smectite, Montmorillonite Clay); Group 2-sorption in secondary pores and by means of Oxygen and Hydroxyl centers (Kaolin).
Key words: minerals / sorbents / sorption
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