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Synthesis of Manganese-Tin Bimetallic Materials And Study of Its Catalytic Applications


The International Journal of Global Sciences (TIJOGS)

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Muhammad Usman Tahir1, Faheem Abbas1*, Maimoona Tahira1, Hafiz Mohsin Shahzad1, Shahzad Sharif2

Ali Raza Ayub1, Sania Rafique2, Habib Ullah2 & Muhammad Ziad1

1Department of chemistry, University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Pakistan

2Lahore Garrison University, Lahore, Pakistan

*Corresponding author: faheemabbas78688@gmail.com

Submitted Accepted Published
Nov 12,2019 Dec 29,2019 Jan 12,2020

2020 / Vol: 3 / Issue: 1


Abstract


Manganese-Tin bimetallic materials are synthesized by various methods: Hydrothermal, Co-precipitation and Solvothermal methods. Products obtained from these methods are analyzed by using x-ray power diffractometry (XRD). Structural composition, purity of synthesized product is analyzed by x-ray diffraction. The characteristics of Crystal-like unit cell dimension, space group density, miller Indices are obtained from X-ray diffraction. The synthesized product was used in three applications: as a fuel additive, cement additive, and catalyst activity. The efficiency of fuel is checked by studying different parameters: fire point, flash point, cloud point, pour point, kinematics viscosity, specific gravity and calorific value. Synthesized materials are used as catalyst for the degradation of dye in aqueous medium. Catalytic degradation of dye is monitored at different concentration of catalyst and hydrogen peroxide. The mechanical properties are analyzed by studying various parameters such as thermal conductivity, ageing porosity, specific heat and thermal diffusivity.


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