Adsorption and Nanostructure by Peter Ulbig, Johannes Seippel (auth.), Imre Dékány (eds.)

By Peter Ulbig, Johannes Seippel (auth.), Imre Dékány (eds.)

This quantity specializes in adsorption of ideas on strong surfaces utilizing diverse experimental equipment. guidance and characterization of nanoparticles, nanocomposites are an engaging topic for cloth scientists. The environmental facets of adsorption and the houses of dispersions and microemulsions, surfactants, polymers, clay minerals, are handled and a precis of the present leads to interfacial phenomena and smooth colloid technological know-how is given.

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For the capacitance C1, )2 association of cations could be neglected. 5 and 1 F m were assumed [15±17]. The proper value of C1 corresponds to the charge density is equal to  À Á À Á à minimum in the standard deviation of the resulting À À rs ˆ r0 ‡rb ˆ r0 ÀF C MOH‡ ‡C MOH‡ : logK 2 ÁA 2 ÁL A/L value. These two procedures (Eqs. 17, 18) lead …15† to the determination of C(MOH2+áA)) (Eq. 15). Consequently, the thermodynamic equilibrium constant for In the case of higher ionic strength most of the exchange, KA/L, was calculated by Eq.

This work was supported by grants OTKA T034755 and FKFP 0587/1999. References 1. Machesky ML, Anderson MA (1986) Langmuir 2:582 2. Sharanda LF, Shimansky AP, Kulik TV, Chuiko AA (1995) Colloids Surf 105:167 3. Zalac S, Kallay N (1992) J Colloid Interface Sci 149:233 4. Klug O, Forsling W (1999) Langmuir 15:6961 5. Lindsay WL, Walthall PM (1989) In: Sposito G (ed) The environmental chemistry of aluminum. CRC, Boca Raton, pp 221±239 6. Hiemstra T, Yong H, Van Riemsdijk WH (1999) Langmuir 15:5942 7.

The particles and their surface charges are listed in Table 1. Surface-excess isotherms Adsorption measurements were performed in well-sealed test tubes at room temperature. 15 g polymer samples. The colloidal particles were redispersed by ultrasound. The change in the water concentration in the bulk liquid (x2) was measured by the di€erential refractive index in a di€erential refractometer of a high-performance liquid chromatography system (Waters) after equilibration periods of 48 h and centrifugation.

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