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  • Authors: Luong, Duy Thanh (2018)

  • Measurements of the zeta potential in sandpacks saturated with monovalent electrolytes at six different electrolyte concentrations have been reported. The values we record are classified into two groups based on the magnitude of the zeta potential: group 1 (samples S1 and S2) and group 2 (samples S3 and S4). The measured zeta potential in magnitude in group 1 is much smaller than that in group 2 and in literature at the same electrolyte concentration. The reason for a big variation of the zeta potential between group 1 and group 2 may be due to the difference in technique of making sand particles of different size leading to change of particle surface properties. Consequently, the zet...

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  • Authors: Luong, Duy Thanh (2018)

  • Measurements of the zeta potential in sandpacks saturated with monovalent electrolytes at six different electrolyte concentrations have been reported. The values we record are classified into two groups based on the magnitude of the zeta potential: group 1 (samples S1 and S2) and group 2 (samples S3 and S4). The measured zeta potential in magnitude in group 1 is much smaller than that in group 2 and in literature at the same electrolyte concentration. The reason for a big variation of the zeta potential between group 1 and group 2 may be due to the difference in technique of making sand particles of different size leading to change of particle surface properties. Consequently, the zet...