Evaluating the structural change in adsorbed water in dispersed systems during their hydration by the method of infrared spectroscopy
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On the basis of an analysis of the vibration frequency of D2O molecules adsorbed on different ionic forms of montmorillonite, a method is proposed for evaluating the change in the density of this water in different groups.
KeywordsSpectroscopy Hydration Statistical Physic Structural Change Montmorillonite
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