Is electrophoretic mobility determination meaningful for aluminum(III) coagulation of kaolinite suspension?

@article{Xiao2008IsEM,
  title={Is electrophoretic mobility determination meaningful for aluminum(III) coagulation of kaolinite suspension?},
  author={Feng Xiao and Xiangru Zhang and Cheryl Mei Ling Lee},
  journal={Journal of colloid and interface science},
  year={2008},
  volume={327 2},
  pages={348-53}
}
It is commonly believed that zero suspension electrophoretic mobility (EM) caused by proper aluminum (III) [Al(III)] addition is important for an effective Al(III) coagulation process. Electrostatically stabilized particles with either highly negative or highly positive EM are conventionally believed to be difficult to aggregate with one other because of strong repulsive forces. However, it was observed that an effective Al(III)-coagulation process evaluated by both floc growth rate and… CONTINUE READING

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