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Adsorption Behaviour Of Surface Active Agents And Electrokinetic Phenomena

  • H. J. Jacobasch

Abstract

Electrokinetic phenomena in solid-liquid systems are strongly influenced by the adsorption of surfactant ions in the Stern layer. The adsorbability of surfactant ions depends on their chemical structure and concentration in the liquid as well as on the surface structure of the solid. Therefore, zeta potential measurements can be used to determine ionic surfactants qualitatively and quantitatively. Furthermore, the interaction between solids and surfactants in regard to adsorption and diffusion processes can be investigated. The theoretical background of the relationship between surfactant adsorption and zeta potential is reviewed, and an automatically working electrokinetic meter which allows the investigation of surfactant solutions is described. Finally, conclusions are drawn concerning the optimization of technological processes by zeta potential measurements.

Keywords

Zeta Potential Electrical Double Layer Zeta Potential Measurement Cetyl Pyridinium Chloride Stern Layer 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. J. Jacobasch
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  1. 1.Institute of Polymer Technology of the Academy of Sciences of the German Democratic RepublicDresdenGermany

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