Experimental studies of ionic surfactant adsorption onto carbonate rocks

  title={Experimental studies of ionic surfactant adsorption onto carbonate rocks},
  author={Zargham Salari and Mohammad Ali Ahmadi and Riaz Kharrat and Abbas Abbaszadeh Shahri},
Adsorption is a unit operation in which dissolved constituents is removed from the solvent (water) by interphase transfer to the surfaces of an adsorbent particle. The basic objective of this paper is calculating adsorption density and modeling of the equilibria of adsorption processes on carbonate rocks. There has been very little study of surfactant adsorption on carbonate minerals. This paper describes the equilibrium adsorption was investigated by examining adsorption behavior in a system… CONTINUE READING

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