Adsorption study of amphoteric surfactants on mineral surfaces using infrared spectroscopy
AuthorKhanna, Satish Kumar
Mining & Metallurgical Engineering
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Adsorption of deriphat 151 on hematite as a function of pH is studied using Attenuated Total Reflection Spectroscopy. The band assignments are made by comparison with the spectra of acetic acid, oleic acid, metal acetates, glycine and glycine hydrochloride.
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