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Title: Mechanochemical Preparation of Slow Release Fertilizer Based on Glauconite–Urea Complexes
Authors: Rudmin, Maksim Andreevich
Abdullaev, Elshan
Ruban, Aleksey Sergeevich
Buyakov, Ales Sergeevich
Soktoev, Bulat Rinchinovich
Keywords: slow release fertilizer; glauconite; urea; intercalation; mechanochemical activation; milling; удобрения; глауконит; мочевина; прослойки; механохимическая активация; фрезерование
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Томский политехнический университет
Citation: Mechanochemical Preparation of Slow Release Fertilizer Based on Glauconite–Urea Complexes / M. A. Rudmin [et al.] // Minerals. — 2019. — Vol. 9, iss. 9. — [507, 10 p.].
Abstract: We investigated the mechanochemical synthesis of complex slow release fertilizers (SRF) derived from glauconite. We studied the effectiveness of the mechanical intercalation of urea into glauconite using planetary and ring mills. The potassium-nitric complex SRFs were synthesized via a mechanochemical method mixing glauconite with urea in a 3:1 ratio. The obtained composites were analyzed using X-ray diffraction analysis, scanning electron microscopy, X-ray fluorescence analysis, and infrared spectroscopy. The results show that as duration of mechanochemical activation increases, the mineralogical, chemical, and structural characteristics of composites change. Essential modifications associated with a decrease in absorbed urea and the formation of microcrystallites were observed when the planetary milling time increased from 5 to 10 min and the ring milling from 15 to 30 min. Complete intercalation of urea into glauconite was achieved by 20 min grinding in a planetary mill or 60 min in a ring mill. Urea intercalation in glauconite occurs much faster when using a planetary mill compared to a ring mill.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/57330
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