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2013Adsorption of pharmaceuticals onto trimethylsilylated mesoporous SBA-15Bui, Tung Xuan; Pham, Viet Hung; Le, Thanh Son
2017Electro-generation of hydrogen peroxide for electro-Fenton: Application in Glyphosate herbicide treatmentLe, Thanh Son; Tran, Manh Hai; Doan, Tuan Linh
2017Electrocoagulation for ammonium removal in Nam Son landfill leachateLe, Thanh Son; Le, Cao Khai; Nguyen, Thi Ha; Doan, Tuan Linh; Doan, Thi Anh
2012Fluoride-free self-templated synthesis of hollow TiO 2 nanostructures for hydrogen evolutionTruong, Quang Duc; Le, Thanh Son; Hoa, Huu Thu
2012Fluoride-free self-templated synthesis of hollow TiO2 nanostructures for hydrogen evolutionTruong, Quang Duc; Le, Thanh Son; Huu, Thu Hoa
2011The modified bentonite performance in adsorption process of organic and inorganic contaminants from aqueous phaseLe, Thanh Son; Truong, Dinh Duc; Nguyen, Van Bang
2016The present work deals with the development of polystyrene (PS) nanocomposites through solvent blending technique with diverse contents of modified CoeAl layered double hydroxide (LDH). The prepared PS as well as PS/CoeAl LDH (1e7 wt.%) nanocomposites were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), rheo-logical analysis, thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). The XRD results suggested the formation of exfoliated structure, while TEM images clearly indicated the inter-calated morphology of PS nanocomposites at higher loading. The presence of various functional groups in the CoeAl LDH and PS/CoeAl LDH nanocomposites was verified by FTIR analysis. TGA data confirmed that the thermal stability of PS composites was enhanced significantly as compared to pristine PS. While considering 15% weight loss as a reference point, it was found that the thermal degradation (Td) tem-perature increased up to 28.5 C for PS nanocomposites prepared with 7 wt.% CoeAl LDH loading over pristine PS. All the nanocomposite samples displayed superior glass transition temperature (Tg), in which PS nanocomposites containing 7 wt.% LDH showed about 5.5 C higher Tgover pristine PS. In addition, the kinetics for thermal degradation of the composites was studied using Coats-Redfern method. The Criado method was ultimately used to evaluate the decomposition reaction mechanism of the nano-composites. The complex viscosity and rheological muduli of nanocomposites were found to be higher than that of pristine PS when the frequency increased from 0.01 to 100 s 1Nguyen, Tien Thao; Le, Thanh Son
2015Pt nanoparticles loaded titanium picolinate framework for photocatalytic hydrogen generationTruong, Quang Duc; Hoa, HuuThu; Le, Thanh Son
2014Software Bug Ontology Supporting Semantic Bug Search on Peer-to-Peer NetworksTran, Manh Ha; Le, Thanh Son
2012Study on synthesis of Ni xZn 1-xAl 2O4/ γ-Al 2O3 (x=0, 0.5, 1) spinel catalysts by hydrothermal method and their catalytic activity in aromatic hydrocarbon conversionNguyen, Thanh Binh; Hoa, Huu Thu; Le, Thanh Son; Tran, Thi Nhu Mai; Nguyen, Hong Vinh
2012Synthesis and characterization of structural, textural and catalytic properties of several AB 2O 4 (A = Zn 2+ (Cu 2+); B = Al 3+, Cr 3+) nanospinelsNguyen, Hong Vinh; Le, Thanh Son; Nguyen, Thanh Binh,...
2012Synthesis and study on catalytic activity of spinel metallic oxides in styrene preparation from ethylbenzeneLe, Thanh Son; Hoa, Huu Thu; Nguyen, Thanh Binh; Tran, Thi Nhu Mai; Nguyen, Hong Vinh