Fig shows the FTIR spectrum of CWFB HAp CWFB HAp

Table 1.
Final integral form Sodium Phenylbutyrate Eq. (9) for 8 cases.zy0120CT0X=ktCT0X=ktln11-X=ktX(1-X)=kCT0t1-13ln(δ-3X)δ=kt1(δ-3)ln(δ-3X)(1-X)δ=kCT0t1(δ-3)X(1-X)-3(δ-3)ln[ψ]=kCT02t2X(δ-3X)δ=kCT0t1(3-δ)3X(δ-3X)δ-1(3-δ)ln1ψ=kCT02t–Where ψ=(δ-3X)δ(1-X).Full-size tableTable optionsView in workspaceDownload as CSV
3. Results and discussion
3.1. Characterization of CFWB-HAp-Al catalyst
Fig. 1. X-ray diffraction patterns of CWFB-HAp and CWFB-HAp-Al showing characteristic peaks.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide
Fig. 2. FTIR spectrum of CWFB-HAp, CWFB-HAp-Al and CWFB-HAp-Al after use.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide
Apart from these, a clear comparison can be made on the basis of organic functional groups. A peak at 1746 cm−1 for CWFB-HAp responsible for saturated aliphatic is region of division absent in CWFB-HAp-Al. But again same peak appeared for CWFB-HAp-Al (used) at 1748 cm−1. Similar type of disappearance of peak (medium intensity) was observed at 2922 cm−1 and 2852 cm−1 which are responsible for alkanes (C–H) and again same peak appeared in the used CWFB-HAp-Al (used).