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Radiation Stability of Colloidal Metals in Aqueous Solutions

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The effect of ionizing radiation (accelerated electrons and y-rays of 60Co) on the stability of aqueous solutions of colloidal silver, cadmium, cobalt, thallium, copper and lead has been studied. The threshold of absorbed dose, at which the stability of the colloid dramatically decreases and coagulation of silver, cadmium and cobalt occurs, was found. This critical dose corresponds to the reduction of metal ions that determines the electrical potential of the sols. "Radiation" neutralization was not observed in the case of thallium, copper or lead. A mechanism of the effect of radiation, taking into account the electrostatic factor in the stability of metal sols is considered.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Physical Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, 31 Leninskii Prospect, 117915 Moscow, Russian Federation


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