Advances in Measurement and Control of Colloidal Processes - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780750611060, 9781483162546

Advances in Measurement and Control of Colloidal Processes

1st Edition

Editors: R. A. Williams N. C. de Jaeger
eBook ISBN: 9781483162546
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 17th June 1991
Page Count: 452
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Advances in Measurement and Control of Colloidal Processes compiles a selection of papers presented at the International Symposium on Colloid and Surface Engineering held in San Diego in August 1990. This book emphasizes practical measurement and exploitation of the principles of surface and interface science that embrace a wide range of industrial sectors. The topics are arranged according to specific measurement techniques or phenomena. The focus includes processing and characterization of aggregated materials; developments in instrumentation for monitoring and characterization of dispersions; controlled particle formation technologies; mineral and inorganic colloids-micro and macroscopic characterization methods; measurement and simulation of complex colloidal processes; and advances and problems in micron and sub-micron sizing techniques. This text is a useful reference for engineering students and industrial practitioners who conduct research on colloid and surface engineering.

Table of Contents

Preface Participants and Advisors Part I: Processing and Characterization of Aggregated Materials

1. Effects of Dosing and Mixing Conditions on Flocculation by Polymers 2. Opportunities for Dewatering Aggregated Colloidal Materials Using Small Diameter Hydrocyclones 3. Using Polymer Theory to Calculate the First Cumulant of an Aggregating Suspension 4. Consolidation of Depletion Flocculated Concentrated Suspensions - Influence of Non-adsorbing Polymer Concentration 5. Interface Chemistry for Optimized Sludge Dewatering in Wastewater Treatment 6. Dispersity of Stability of Ultra-Fine Ammonium Perchlorate Particles in Liquid-Media 7. On the Disintegration of Submicron Aggregates

Part II: Developments in Instrumentation for Monitoring and Characterization of Dispersions

8. Tomographic Imaging of Phase Boundaries in Multi-component Processes 9. A Sedimentation Analyzer Suitable for Opaque Dispersions 10. Improvements in Electrophoretic Mobility Measurements Using Laser-Doppler Techniques 11. Novel Electrochemical Techniques for CMC and Self-diffusion Studies of Micelles 12. Monitoring the Amount of Microgel Structures in Aqueous Solutions of Ionic and Non-ionic Polymers Using the Electrical Sensing Zone Technique

Part III: Controlled Particle Formation Technologies

13. Nucleation and Crystallization Phenomena Hosted in Emulsions - Application to Microparticle Formation 14. Formation and Surface Engineering of Magnetic Polymers Beads for Largescale Bioprocess Applications 15. A Hydrothermal Method to Produce Titanate Powders 16. A Hydrothermal Method to Produce Barium Ferrite Powders 17. Surface Modification of Ultra-Fine Ammonium Perchlorate and Its Influence on Propellant Properties

Part IV: Mineral and Inorganic Colloids - Micro and Macroscopic Characterization Methods

18. The Determination of Surface Tension Parameters of Powders by Thin


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About the Editor

R. A. Williams

Affiliations and Expertise

Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry, Department of Biochemistry, The London Hospital Medical College, UK

N. C. de Jaeger

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