Mechanism of the thermochemical transformation of wheat grain’s processing waste during heat treatment
The thermal destruction of wheat grain’s processing wastes from Almaty and South Kazakhstan regions was studieв. The structure of the products obtained depending on the temperature of the carbonization process was formed, and the basic physico chemical characteristics of the obtained carbon material based on the WGPW were studied using thermogravimetric analysis, differential scanning calorimetry, IR spectroscopy and EPR spectroscopy. The analysis of the elemental composition of the obtained samples of the sorption material showed that the carbon content in the composition of the obtained carbon material is 75.08 - 76.12%, which in turn can cause a sufficiently high degree of sorption capacity of this material, as well as its mechanical strength. The obtained carbon materials based on OIP were modified with ammonium nitrate (NH4NO3) to improve its physico-chemical characteristics, such as specific surface area, porosity and adsorption capacity by iodine. It is shown that structural transformations of the processing waste of wheat grain (bran) in the process of heat treatment irrespective of temperature (in the studied interval) proceed through the stage of formation of free radicals. The concentration of free radicals formed in this process, as well as the composition of the graphite-like component of the products obtained, are determined by the temperature indices of the process.
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