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Thickness of non-ionic polymer layers carried by inorganic adsorbents in the case of the TiO2-poly ethyleneglycol system

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The variation of the quantity of poly(ethyleneglycol) adsorbed on TiO2, which follows a logarithmic law and is consistent with the exponential decrease in non-ionic polymer density observed by Hesselink at the solid-liquid interface, results in reduced ζ potential values. This decrease is uniquely due to the shift of the shear plane with a distance χ equal to the thickness of the adsorbed polymer layer. A law, allowing the calculation of the thickness χ from the adsorbed quantity of polymer Γ and the ζ potential, was suggested. A coefficient Γα relating the adsorption α to χ was defined.

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2016-12-10

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