A facile high-gravity strategy is proposed for preparation of Mg(OH)2/graphene oxide (MGO) composite using a rotating packed bed reactor at room temperature for 1 min. Lamellar Mg(OH)2 nanocrystals of about 60 nm in diameter with a narrow size distribution are distributed homogeneously on the graphene oxide sheets without aggregation. The specific surface area of MGO with mesoporous structure reaches 590 m2 g−1, which is the highest among those reported in the literatures. The as-prepared MGO nanocomposite exhibits excellent adsorption capacity for methylene blue (MB). The removal rate of MB reaches 98% in 1 min. The preparation process of MGO nanocomposite is rapid, simple, and suitable for a large-scale production, and the product has great potential in the field of environmental protection as a promising absorbent.
Journal of Materials Science – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 9, 2017
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