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Foamability of Aqueous Solutions

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited.

Foamability of Aqueous Solutions

Alcohols and Fatty Acids.

by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited.

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Written in English


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SeriesAtomic Energy of Canada Limited. AECL -- 4754
ContributionsCribbs, S.C., Given, R.M., Sagert, N.H.
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Open LibraryOL21971132M

Citation: Belhaij A, Mahdy OA () Foamability and Foam Stability of Several Surfactants Solutions: The Role of Screening and Flooding. J Pet Environ Biotechnol 6: doi/ Page 2 of 6 Volume 6 • Issue 4 • J Pet Environ Biotechnol ISSN: JPEB, an Cited by: (a) Pinch-Off Dynamics, Extensional Rheology, Foamability and Processability of Aqueous Solutions of Surfactant-Polymer Mixtures.

In aqueous solution, dissolved ions become hydrated; that is, a shell of water molecules surrounds them. Substances that dissolve in water can be categorized according to whether the resulting aqueous solutions conduct electricity. Strong electrolytes dissociate completely into ions to produce solutions that conduct electricity well. Solutions in which water is the solvent are called aqueous solutions. Example: when sugar is dissolved in water, the solution obtained is called an aqueous solution of sugar. Water can dissolve a variety of substances. That is why water is called universal solvent.; An aqueous solution of any solute is described by writing the word (aq) immediately after the name of the solute.

A solution contains one or more of the following ions: Hg2 2+, Ba2+, and Fe2+. When potassium chloride is added to the solution, a precipitate forms. The precipitate is filtered off, and potassium sulfate is added to the remaining solution, producing no precipitate. When potassium carbonate is added to the remaining solution, a precipitate forms.   Introduction to Aqueous Solution Chemistry. Soluble and Insoluble Compounds Chart - Solubility Rules Table - List of Salts & Substances - .


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Foamability of Aqueous Solutions by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The foamability, and the equilibrium and dynamic surface tensions of the surfactant solutions are measured in wide range of surfactant and electrolyte concentrations.

From the dynamic surface tension we determined the dependence of the surfactant adsorption, surface coverage, and instantaneous surface elasticity on the surface age of the bubbles, viz.

along the formation of the dynamic adsorption Author: B. Petkova, S. Tcholakova, M. Chenkova, K. Golemanov, N. Denkov, D. Thorley, S.

Stoyanov, S. Stoyano. This article is published in Advances in Colloid and Interface Science. Foamability of aqueous solutions: Role of surfactant type and concentration. Petkova,1 S. Tcholakova,1*M. Chenkova,1. Golemanov,1N. : B. Petkova, S. Tcholakova, M.

Chenkova, K. Golemanov, N. Denkov, D. Thorley, S. Stoyanov. Addition of polymer to a surfactant solution affects the dynamic adsorption and the rheological response due to the formation of association complexes. Dynamic surface tension refers to the time dependent variation in surface tension, which is related with the rate of mass transfer of a surfactant from liquid sub-phase to the : Carina Martinez, Sophia Horowicz, Matthew Wagener, Vivek Sharma.

In this paper we study the main surface characteristics which control the foamability of solutions of various surfactants. Systematic series of experi. Highlights•Foaming and surface properties for ionic and nonionic surfactants are studied.•New approach for determination of the dynamic surface properties is described.•Two master curves, one for ionic and one for nonionic.

Abstract: In this paper we study the main surface characteristics which control the foamability of solutions of various surfactants. Experiments with anionic, cationic and nonionic surfactants with different head groups and chain lengths are performed in a Author: B.

Petkova, S. Tcholakova, M. Chenkova, K. Golemanov, N. Denkov, D. Thorley, S. Stoyanov. Foams are generally produced by mechanical agitation, by passing air or nitrogen gas through the aqueous solution of foaming agents in the laboratory scale [4].

The most logical approach towards describing foams [5] considers the final state of foam to be under the influence of chemical, physical and mathematical constraints during its Author: P. Chattopadhyay, R. Karthick, P. Kishore. E’ and loss modulus E’’ for aqueous solutions of surfactants A, B and C (c = % w/w).

The parameter E* describes the stability of the foams. The following applies: The higher the numerical value of E*, the more stable the foam. E’ is the so-called modulus of File Size: KB. The aim of this book is to explain the unusual properties of both pure liquid water and simple aqueous solutions, in terms of the properties of single molecules and interactions among small numbers of water molecules.

It is mostly the result of the author's own research spanning over 40 years in the field of aqueous solutions.5/5(2).

3 Figure Electrical conductivity of aqueous solutions. Thus, in general, ionic solids that dissolve in water are electrolytes. Some molecular compounds, such as acids, also dissociate in aqueous solution and are considered electrolytes.

Ions in Aqueous SolutionFile Size: 4MB. Title: Foamability of aqueous solutions: Role of surfactant type and concentration: Published in: Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, ISSN Author: B. Petkova, S. Tcholakova, M. Chenkova, K. Golemanov, N. Denkov, D. Thorley, S. Stoyanov, S.

Stoyano. Investigation of ion mobility in aqueous solutions [Brummer, S. B.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Investigation of ion mobility in aqueous solutionsAuthor: S. Brummer. Interpretation. The pH of the given solution from the given conditions has to be determined.

Concept introduction: pH is an logarithmic expression to express a solution is acidic, basic or neutral. pH scale lies values between and on which 7 is neutral, below 7 values are more acidic in nature and above 7 values are more basic in nature. The pH is equal to pH = -log [H 3 O +].

Foamability of aqueous suspensions of fine graphite and quartz particles with a triblock copolymer. The foamability of the solutions changes in a similar sequence; it decreases from butanol-1 through butanol-2 totert-butanol solutions.

Similar foamability changes were observed for both test methods. Foam tests and model experiments with sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate solutions are performed to clarify how the foam stability and the foaminess are affected by several oils of different chemical structure.

The foam tests show that 2-butyloctanol (2BO, branched alkanol) and isohexyl-neopentanoate (IHNP, branched ester) exhibit a significant antifoam activity at concentrations as low Cited by: Synergistic action of TiO 2 particles and surfactants on the foamability and stabilization of aqueous foams H.

Cao, X. Zhang, B. Ding, L. Wang and N. Lu, RSC Adv.,7,   An amphoteric surfactant lauryl betaine was chosen as a foam booster in this study. The aqueous solution stability was visually evaluated, whereas the bulk foam experiments were conducted in a commercial foam analyzer apparatus.

It was found that not all solutions were stable when lauryl betaine was : Asad Hassan Syed, Ahmad Kamal Idris, Dzeti Farhah Mohshim, Nurudeen Yekeen, Muhammad Ali Buriro.

solution as a result of a pressure drop. As the resulting foam is thermodynamically unstable, its volume decays with time once foam generation is stopped. The issues of foamability and foam stability are vital for many industrial applications, ranging from foams in the brewing industry to foams in healthcare products, such as shampoos, and foams.

Aqueous foams stabilized by the non-ionic surfactants n-dodecyl-β-D-maltoside (β-C 12 G 2) and hexaethyleneglycol monododecyl ether (C 12 E 6) as well as by their 1: 1 mixture were studied as a function of the total surfactant concentration from to 10 cmc.

Foamability and foam stability were measured with home-built winding equipment, the commercially available FoamScan, and a home. When the concentrations of SDS aqueous solution are, gL -1, respectively, with increasing temperature from 30 to 70°C, foam stability initially increases and then decreases, at the.Usually, during the formation of a new air/water interface or bubble, the surfactant monomers adsorb from the bulk to the ex- panding surface.

The foamability of micellar solutions depends on the ability of micelles to disintegrate into surfactant monomers, which in turn determines the efficiency of antifoaming Size: 61KB.

The foamability of the aqueous solutions of functionalized, surface-chemically pure surfactants of the nonionic saccharide-type: N,N-di-n-alkylaldonamides, N-alkyl-N-(2-hydroxyethyl)aldonamides, and N-cycloalkylaldonamides, derivatives of D-glucono-1,5-lactone and/or D-glucoheptono-1,4-lactone, were by: 4.