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Title: Influence of the Hydrocarbon Chain Length of Alkylammonium Chlorides on their Adsorption by Flotation Carriers
Authors: Streltsova, Olena O.
Skrylev, L. D.
Tymchuk, Alla F.
Hromysheva, E. A.
Стрельцова, Елена Алексеевна
Стрельцова, Олена Олексіївна
Тимчук, Алла Федорівна
Тымчук, Алла Федоровна
Citation: Adsorption Science & Technology
Issue Date: 2000
Keywords: chlorid
Series/Report no.: ;Vol. 18, № 10.
Abstract: Alkylammonium chlorides whose adsorption/micelle energetic ratio (AMER) is close to unity are those adsorbed most effectively on the surface of a solid carrier (adsorbent). A change in the solution pH leads to a change in the hydrocarbon chain length of the alkylammonium chlorides with AMER values close to unity and hence to a positive change on the length of the hydrocarbon chain adsorbed on the carrier surface.
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