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Evaluation of Antibacterial Effect by Using a Fibrous Grafted Material Loaded Ag Ligand

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To obtain the safety of drinking water, an antibacterial material was prepared by loading silver (Ag) onto fibrous iminodiacetate (IDA) adsorbent, which was synthesized by radiation-induced graft polymerization of glycidyl methacrylate and subsequent chemical modification of the produced epoxy group to an IDA group (IDA-Ag). A total amount of loaded Ag on the IDA-Ag fabric was 0.4 mmol-Ag/g-fabric. From an observation of the IDA-Ag fabric cross section by a scanning electron microscope energy dispersive X-ray spectrometer, Ag was distributed to IDA layer uniformly. As a result of evaluating antibacterial effects by the column mode water flow test with stream water, the effective Ag concentration was monitored 0.05 ppm at irrespective flow rate which was functioned to the antibacterial performance. The antibacterial effects for general bacteria were indicated until BV (BV: steam water volume/IDA-Ag fabric volume) 6000, and for colitis germ legions were completely disinfected until BV 6000.

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Shibata, T. , Seko, N. , Kasai, N. , Hoshina, H. and Ueki, Y. (2015) Evaluation of Antibacterial Effect by Using a Fibrous Grafted Material Loaded Ag Ligand. International Journal of Organic Chemistry, 5, 100-107. doi: 10.4236/ijoc.2015.52011.

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