Rheological Behavior of Montmorillonite Water Suspensions in the Presence of Surfactants

Authors: 
Oleksiy Sikorsky, Oleksiy Myronyuk and Valentyn Svidersky

National Technical University “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute” 37, Peremogy Ave., 03056 Kyiv, Ukraine; alexey.sikorskiy@ukr.net

In this thesis the features of rheological behavior of ultrasonic-activated water dispersions of montmorillonite in the presence of surfactants of anionic and non-ionic type are considered. It was determined that the strength of coagulation structure changes depending on the type of surfactant.

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