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Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry

Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences

CONTAINER PACKING OF VOLATILE COMPOUNDS INTO FLUORINATED GRAPHITE

Description

The proposed technology of container packing is based on intercalation (intrusion) of organic and inorganic substances, including reactive ones, such as acids, non-metal oxides, fluorides and oxofluorides of halogens, into fluorinated graphite. The technology allows to container-pack liquid and gaseous substances with boiling points from –150 to 200°С conserving all chemical and physical properties inherent of a substance.

Technical and economical advantages:

  • ability to container-pack wide range of organic and inorganic substances, including extremely reactive ones;
  • capacity up to 30mas.%;
  • high thermal (100—400°С) and hydrolytic stability;
  • high degree of protection of the intercalated compound from external factors (humidity, oxygen of the air, solar radiation, etc.);
  • storage duration (years) independently of boiling point of the intercalated substance and its reactivity.

Application areas

Various areas of science, industry, agriculture, food industry, fragrance industry, medicine.

Stage of Development and Place of Usage

Manufacture of the lots of fluorinated graphite matrices is possible at the Siberian Chemical Plant (Seversk).

Patent situation

Three patents granted in 1997, 2000 in Russian Federation.

Commercial proposals

  • Investment agreement for commercialization of the development.
  • Joint commercialization.

Approximate cost

Depending on the cost of the substance to be container-packed and on the complexity of container-packing technology, the cost is 300 to 1000 thousand rubles(10—30 thousand dollars).

Contacts

Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS
Acad. Lavrentyev ave., 3, Novosibirsk, Russia, 630090
Scientific secretary of Institute
Gerasko Olga Anatolievna, Doctor of chemical sciences
Phone: +7(383) 330-94-86
+7(383) 330-94-89
E-mail:
Web-page: http://www.niic.nsc.ru/en/