Organoclays in water cause expansion that facilitates caffeine adsorption.

Abstract

This study investigates the adsorption of caffeine in water on organically modified clays (a natural montmorillonite and synthetic saponite, which are smectite group of layered clay minerals). The organoclays were prepared by cation-exchange reactions of benzylammonium and neostigmine with interlayer exchangeable cations in the clay minerals. Although less… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/la503708t

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