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By Bohuslav Dobias, Hansjoachim Stechemesser

First released in 1993, Coagulation and Flocculation is a realistic reference for the researchers within the box of the stabilization and destabilization of good stable dispersions. by way of omitting chapters that remained unchanged from the 1st version, the editors of this moment variation thoroughly replace, rewrite, and extend upon all chapters to mirror a decade of the most recent advances in either theoretical and alertness facets of the sphere.

The authors supply increased fabric that comes with dissociation from an excellent floor with self sufficient websites; advancements to the Gouy-Chapman version; electric double layer, floor ionization, and floor heterogeneity; skinny liquid movies and modeling of a semi-batch technique utilizing microprocesses possibilities; and clay mineral intracrystalline reactions, functions, and gelation. New chapters hide homopolymers and their influence on colloid balance, together with by no means ahead of released figures and equations; the steadiness of suspensions within the presence of surfactants, polymers, and combos; and the flocculation and dewatering of fine-particle suspensions, emphasizing floc formation, progress, constitution, and applications.

The moment version of Coagulation and Flocculation successfully captures either the theoretical and alertness features of the most recent advances within the evolving box of strong dispersions, suspensions, and combos.

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But w(0) ¼ 0 implies g0 ¼ 0 c+ (Equation (92)). From Equations (94a), (94b), and (96) we then find © 2005 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC Coagulation and Flocculation c0À KÀ0 ¼ : c0þ Kþ0 41 (97) 0 Thus, at the isoelectric point, the concentration ratio c0À /cþ equals the ratio of the corresponding dissociation constants. REFERENCES 1. R. A. Haydon, An Introduction to the Principles of Surface Chemistry, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1973, pp. 1–30. 2. R. Defay, I. Prigogine, and A. Bellemans, Surface Tension and Adsorption, Longmans, London, 1966, pp.

Improvements of the Gouy–Chapman Model ..................................................................... 53 III. Repulsion Between Planar Surfaces: DLVO Theory................................................................ 54 IV. The Zeta Potential........................................................ 57 References.............................................................................. 68 43 © 2005 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC 44 I. Surface Charge and Surface Potential INTRODUCTION Surface charges play an important role in translocation and aggregation processes.

If the distance d between the plates is finite, there is an excess of anions (counterions) between the plates at x ¼ d/2. Therefore, as seen from the Boltzmann equation, Equation (4), the potential w(d/2) is positive. Also, because of an excess in total ion concentration, there is an osmotic pressure given by Dp ¼ p(d=2) À p(1) ¼ RT(cþ (d=2) þ cÀ (d=2) À 2c(1)), (22a) where p(1) is the bulk pressure. With Equation (4) Dp becomes Dp ¼ RT2c(1)(cosh(zc(d=2)) À 1): (22b) Imagine that the system is cut into two at x ¼ d/2.

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