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  • Effect of Monomeric Silicic Acid (H4SiO40) on Dispersion of a Kaolinitic Soil Clay A dynamic Light Scattering Study.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Dam, Thi Ngoc Than; Phung, Thi Mai Phuong; Nguyen, Ngoc Minh (2016)

  • Clay loss is the process happening frequently in the slopy hill area without the cover of vegetation. In this study, the effect of monosilic acid (MSA) on dispersion of a kaolinitic soil clay in the hilly land of Phu Tho tea trees was considered under the influence of different pH values and concentrations by the improved dynamic light scattering method. Adsorption of MSA on clay was characterized by zeta potential (ζ) and batch adsorption isotherm in a pH range of 2 to 12. At a MSA concentration range within 0 and 35 mg L-1, it was found that MSA was absorbed onto exchange sites, lowered the ζ, prohibited formation of card-house structure and finally counteracted the flocculation of ...

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  • Effect of Monomeric Silicic Acid (H4SiO40) on Dispersion of a Kaolinitic Soil Clay A dynamic Light Scattering Study.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Dam, Thi Ngoc Than; Phung, Thi Mai Phuong; Nguyen, Ngoc Minh (2016)

  • Clay loss is the process happening frequently in the slopy hill area without the cover of vegetation. In this study, the effect of monosilic acid (MSA) on dispersion of a kaolinitic soil clay in the hilly land of Phu Tho tea trees was considered under the influence of different pH values and concentrations by the improved dynamic light scattering method. Adsorption of MSA on clay was characterized by zeta potential (ζ) and batch adsorption isotherm in a pH range of 2 to 12. At a MSA concentration range within 0 and 35 mg L-1, it was found that MSA was absorbed onto exchange sites, lowered the ζ, prohibited formation of card-house structure and finally counteracted the flocculation of ...