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On-line spectroscopic study of brominated flame retardant extraction in supercritical CO$_2$

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Abstract

Removal of brominated flame retardants (BFRs) from polymers before disposal or recycling will alleviate negative environmental effects and ensure safe usage of recycled products. Extraction of BFRs in supercritical CO$_2$ is appealing but also presents challenges to industries due to limited solubility and lack of kinetic studies. For a more comprehensive evaluation of supercritical extraction potentialities, we (i) developed an on-line pressure apparatus that is compatible with both the FTIR and UV-vis spectrometers to enable kinetic and thermodynamic studies; (ii) studied kinetic extraction involving three conventional and two novel BFRs as well as three typical polymeric matrix. Solubilities were determined using the gravimetric method or X-ray fluorescence. FTIR exhibited a superior applicability compared to UV-vis in the following BFR extraction’s time-dependency binary and ternary systems. We observed that faster stirring speed, higher temperature, and finer particle size can accelerate the overall extraction kinetics. In binary systems, it took less than 2 hours to achieve equilibrium for each BFR at 60 °C, 25 MPa and 1000 rpm. In the presence of polymeric matrix, slower extraction kinetics were observed due to the occurrence of competitive dissolution and molecular diffusion within the matrix. Mathematical models derived from irreversible desorption and Fick’s diffusion laws fitted well with the observed extraction kinetics of BFRs, thus enabling us to identify the rate-determining step. The high solubilization rate coefficients that we measured for BFRs revealed that the dynamic extraction process in up-scaling design could compensate for the low solubility with flowing supercritical CO$_2$.
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cea-02936108 , version 1 (11-09-2020)

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Dong Xia, Ange Maurice, Antoine Leybros, Jong-Min Lee, Agnès Grandjean, et al.. On-line spectroscopic study of brominated flame retardant extraction in supercritical CO$_2$. Chemosphere, 2020, 263, pp.128282. ⟨10.1016/j.chemosphere.2020.128282⟩. ⟨cea-02936108⟩
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