Хімія, фізика та технологія поверхні, 2016, 7 (1), 97-106.

Вплив типу ПАР на електровидалення ортохлортолуолу з тонкодисперсних глинистих ґрунтів



DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/hftp07.01.097

L. L. Lysenko, N. A. Mishchuk, O. F. Rynda, A. E. Shen

Анотація


Досліджено закономірності електроосмотичної течії і розподілу залишкового ортохлортолуолу в залежності від типу ПАР, яка солюбілізує гідрофобне органічне забруднення, при проведенні електрокінетичної детоксикації тонкодисперсного глинистого ґрунту. Показано, що найбільша ефективність очищення досягається у випадку введення неіоногенних ПАР ароматичної будови за умови забезпечення максимально можливого значення електрокінетичного потенціалу частинок ґрунту за рахунок регулювання рН порового

Ключові слова


гідрофобні органічні сполуки; поверхнево-активні речовини; електрокінетична очистка; електроосмос

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