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標題: 固定銅與十六烷基胺之ITO電極於固相萃取雙酚A之應用
Solid Phase Extraction of Bisphenol A Using Cu2+ and 1-Hexadecylamine Immobilized ITO Electrode
作者: 林國榮
Lin, Guo-Rong
關鍵字: 路易士酸鹼引力;Lewis acid-base interaction;固相萃取;雙酚A;Solid phase extraction;Bisphenol A
出版社: 化學工程學系所
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本研究發展一透過氧化/還原以濃縮疏水分析物的固相萃取程序,吸附劑基材則選用ITO 導電玻璃。先於ITO 導電玻璃表面鍵結胺基矽烷APTES,使表面形成末端胺基。藉由此末端胺基進行路易士酸鹼反應,以固定銅離子於ITO 玻璃上。下一步同樣經由路易士酸鹼反應,使銅離子與烷基胺HDA (十六烷基胺) 反應。由此,烷基即暴露在玻璃表面,藉而完成具有疏水與導電性的固相萃取吸附劑之製備。此疏水固相萃取吸附劑應用於批次雙酚A吸附。當使用500 ml、1 ppm雙酚 A水溶液時,所得吸附率為85 %。將此疏水固相萃取吸附劑ITO 璃當作工作電極,放入10 ml、0.1 M KCl、5 % 甲醇水溶液中,利用循環伏安機進行脫附。此方式可讓固定於玻璃表面的銅離子還原成零價銅,從而打斷路易士酸鹼作用。同時,吸附於其上的雙酚A 與HDA 一起被脫附至KCl 溶液中。電化學還原快速,且僅需很少量有機溶劑,因此本研究提出的方法符合經濟效率與環保訴求。脫附後,雙酚A濃度為42 ppm,顯示本法可完全脫附雙酚A,且濃縮倍率為42倍。藉由電化學法將沉積在ITO 玻璃上的零價銅氧化回銅離子,並再次進行烷基胺反應,即可簡易地再製備得疏水固相萃取吸附劑。此烷基胺-銅離子-胺基矽烷層可移除,但也很容易再生。本研究連續重複整個循環 (包括:雙酚A吸附、脫附、吸附劑再生) 5次,結果顯示吸附劑的再使用效果一致。

In this study is a SPE process via oxidation/reduction for hydrophobic analyte enrichment. The base material of SPE sorbent is a conductive glass, ITO glass. First, the ITO glass was coupled with the amine terminals, copper ions weir immobilized onto the ITO glass. The next step was to react the immobilized copper ions on ITO glass with an alkylamine HDA (hexadecylamine), similarly through Lewis acid-base interaction, for exposing the alkyl chains on the glass surface. Accordingly, a hydrophobic and conductive SPE sorbent was produced. The hydrophobic SPE sorbent was applied in batch adsorption of Bisphenol A. The adsorption percentage was 85 % when 500 ml of 1 ppm Bisphenol A was introduced to an ITO glass with the HDA-Cu2+-APTES layer the desorption stage was carried out by applying an electrical potential to the ITO glass (as working electrode) in 10 ml of 0.1 M KCl with 5% methanol using cyclic voltammetry. In this way the immobilized copper ions were reduced to zero-valent copper. thus breaking the Lewis acid-base interaction. At the same time, the adsorbed Bisphenol A was eluted together with HDA into the KCl solution. Since electrochemical reduction is fast and very little quantity of organic solvent is required, this method is time-efficient and environmentally-friendly. The desorbed Bisphenol A had a concentration of 42 ppm, indicating that the desorption was nearly complete and a 42-fold enrichment of Bisphenol A was achieved. The SPE sorbent could be easily regenerated by oxidizing the zero-valent copper deposited on ITO glass back to copper ions in the electrochemical cell and then re-conducting the alkyl amine reaction. The HDA-Cu2+-APTES layer is removable but also simply redeveloped. The cycle consisting of Bisphenol A adsorption, desorption, and sorbent regeneration was repeated five times in sequence and the sorbent reuse efficiency was not deteriorated at all.
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