Sorption and immersional wetting properties of palygorskite and its hexadecylpyridinium derivatives

I. Dékány, Ferenc Szántó, L. Nagy, Géza Schay

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Methods involving gas and liquid sorption and immersion microcalorimetry were used to study the surface properties of the clay mineral palygorskite and its derivatives in which the surface had been modified to various extents with the hexadecylpyridinium (HDP) cation. The sorption studies revealed that surface modification with this cationic surfactant blocks the micropores in the palygorskite silicate chains, whereupon the adsorption capacity decreases. An additional factor influencing the selective sorption of mixtures of benzene with various alcohols is the change in the polarity of the surface. The enthalpies of immersion showed that the solid-liquid interface interaction is altered by the adsorption of the HDP cation, i.e., by the decrease in polarity of the surface. An almost linear correlation was found between the molar enthalpies of immersion and a factor describing the polarity of the surface. Both the differences in adsorption of the various alcohols and the changes in the liquid sorption properties due to the surface modification were characterized with surface thermodynamic potential functions.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)151-161
Number of pages11
JournalJournal of Colloid and Interface Science
Volume93
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1983

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Cetylpyridinium
sorption
wetting
Wetting
Sorption
Derivatives
submerging
Adsorption
polarity
Surface treatment
Cations
Enthalpy
Liquids
Alcohols
Positive ions
adsorption
Silicates
alcohols
Cationic surfactants
enthalpy

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  • Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
  • Surfaces and Interfaces

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Sorption and immersional wetting properties of palygorskite and its hexadecylpyridinium derivatives. / Dékány, I.; Szántó, Ferenc; Nagy, L.; Schay, Géza.

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