2 edition of Self-diffusion of calcium ions in calcium bentonite gels found in the catalog.
Self-diffusion of calcium ions in calcium bentonite gels
Gordon Edward Fletcher
Written in English
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Thermochemical Upgrading of Calcium Bentonite for Drilling Fluid Applications. Energy Resour. Technol(4), Paper No: JERT DOI: / Abdullah Sultan *. (). Stability of PAM/PEI emulsified gels under HTHS conditions for water shut-off treatment. Journal of Petroleum Exploration and Production (accepted). Methylene Blue is a synthetic basic dye. Methylene blue stains to negatively charged cell components like nucleic acids; when administered in the lymphatic bed of a tumor during oncologic surgery, methylene blue may stain lymph nodes draining from the tumor, thereby aiding in the visual localization of tumor sentinel lymph ://
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Also, potassium- and ammonium-saturated systems adsorbed less ammonia than did bentonite saturated with such ions as hydrogen, aluminum, calcium, or magnesium. Apparently, certain ions decrease or prevent the adsorption of ammonia, a property of im- portance in a soil column waste-effluent ://?Dockey= The effect of calcium leaching on concrete properties is a result of the dissolution of a sequence of cement hydrates (portlandite, C-S-H gels, ettringite, etc.) leading to a more porous microstructure. As a consequence, the diffusivity and permeability
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Diffusion Characteristics of Calcium Alginate Gels Article in Biotechnology and Bioengineering 65(5) January with Reads How we measure 'reads' The proton relaxation times, surface relaxivity of montmorillonite, and H2O self-diffusion coefficient, were determined in this study for water-rich gel samples of bentonite at to °C and The charge characteristics of montmorillonite have significant effects on its hydration and application performances.
In this study, a molecular dynamics simulation method was used to study the influence of the charge position and charge density of montmorillonite on the distribution of H2O and Ca2+ in layers. The results showed that when the layer charge is mainly derived from the ELECTROSTATIC FORCES BETWEEN CLAY AND CATIONS AS CALCULATED AND INFERRED FROM ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY* by I.
SHAINBERG and W. KEMPER U.S. Department of Agriculture and Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado ABSTRACT EQUIVALENT conductivities of adsorbed cations were determined in clays saturated with Na +, Cs +, Ca + + and This study aims to characterize the effect of microbial-induced calcite precipitation (MICP) on the desiccation cracking behaviors of compacted calcium bentonite soils.
We prepare six groups of samples by mixing bentonites with deionized water, pure bacteria solution, pure cementation solution, and mixed bacteria and cementation solutions at three different :// In addition, calcium ions alone are able to initiate clay colloid agglomeration even at low concentrations.
The presence of this inorganic cation, even at only low concentration in natural media, is thus recommended to be considered in performance assessments, as has been highlighted :// GEOMETRY EFFECTS FOR SPECIFIC ELECTRICAL CONDUCTANCE IN CLAYS AND SOILS by A.
CREMERS, J. VAN LOON and H. LAUDELOUT Institute of Agronomy, University of Louvain, Heverle-Louvain, Belgium ABSTRACT A SYSTEMATIC study of the influence of salinity and clay content on the electrical conductivity of sodium-illite clay gels shows t h a t the geometry or "formation resistivity Diffusion parameters for cations, anions and water in clay materials have been extensively studied in the literature.
Various experimental setups have been used to determine porosity, diffusion coefficients, tortuosity and α–K D values.
In the following, results obtained by Tachi and Yotsuji (), who performed through-diffusion experiments in order to study the diffusion of HTO, I 9 soil and water. Bentonite used in GCLs is commonly a sodium bentonite, where sodium ions are located in the interstitial water, betw een clay platelets, in an adsorptive layer that results in the bentonite swelling characteristics.
This swelling allows the bentonite to seal around penetrations, giving the GCL self seal ing :// calcium alkyl drilling fluid fatty hydrocarbon bacteria copolymers amine cementing gx liu it's a great introductory book.
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Momina a, Mohammad Shahadat * abc and Suzylawati Isamil * a a School of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Engineering Campus, Nibong Tebal, Pulau PinangMalaysia.
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Colloidal: State of subdivision such that the molecules or polymolecular particles dispersed in a medium have at least one dimension between approximately 1 nm and 1 μm, or that in a system discontinuities are found at distances of that :// Fagan AJ, Nestle N, Lurie DJ Continous wave MRI diffusion study of water in bentonite clay Magnetic Resonance Imaging 23 Nestle N, Shet K, Lurie DJ PEDRI imaging of free radical distribution in environmental science applications – first results and perspectives Magnetic Resonance Imgaging 23 This book gives a thorough and entirely self-contained, in-depth introduction to a specific approach to group theory, in a large sense of that word.
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Abstract. Hydrogels are three-dimensional cross-linked polymeric network having substantial affinity for water.
Classes of hydrogels which are derived from biopolymers have been widely used in number of industries because of their biocompatibility and environmental :// A comprehensive comparison showed that the H composite hydrogel containing 10% bentonite and 5% kaolin exhibited higher water absorption rates ( g/g), higher repeated water absorbency (79%), improved salt resistance (f=), and lower production costs as compared with gels that only contain 15% bentonite (H-4 gel) or 15% kaolin (H-8 gel 40 82 1 1 1 85 1 1 55 3 99 80 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 55 1 1 69 5 Web view.
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