Preparation and Characterization of Gemini Surfactant Intermedium

Jijiang GE, Kaili LIAO, Luchao JIN, Guicai ZHANG, Lipei FU

Abstract


This paper studies the preparation process and characterization of gemeni-diol, an intermedium compound for synthesizing anionic gemini surfactant. Firstly, as a material to synthesize anionic gemini surfactant, high purity ethylene glycol diglycidyl ether (EGDGE) is obtained by distill epoxy resin thinner at a reduced pressure. Based on gas chromatogram, 94.51 percent of liquid at cut points of 116-119℃/5mmHg is EGDGE. Then the effects of catalyst and reaction time on the reaction of nonylphenol and EGDGE are investigated. The results show the optimized conditions to synthesize gemini-diol are as following: using 0.25%KOH and 0.25% phosphorus triphenyl as catalyst to keep the reaction of nonylphenol and EGDGE at 110℃ for 3-5h. The yield of gemini-diol is 88.2% under these conditions.


Keywords


Ethylene glycol diglycidyl ether; Epoxy resin thinner; Gemini surfactant; Gemini-diol

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