Forces between Silica Particles in Isopropanol Solutions of 1:1 Electrolytes

@article{Stojimirovi2020ForcesBS,
  title={Forces between Silica Particles in Isopropanol Solutions of 1:1 Electrolytes},
  author={B. Stojimirovi{\'c} and M. Gal{\'i} and G. Trefalt},
  journal={arXiv: Soft Condensed Matter},
  year={2020}
}
Interactions between silica surfaces across isopropanol solutions are measured with colloidal probe technique based on atomic force microscope. In particular, the influence of 1:1 electrolytes on the interactions between silica particles is investigated. A plethora of different forces are found in these systems. Namely, van der Waals, double-layer, attractive non-DLVO, repulsive solvation, and damped oscillatory interactions are observed. The measured decay length of the double-layer repulsion… Expand
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