Sediment- and saturated-soil-associated reactions involving an anionic surfactant (dodecylsulfate). 1. Precipitation and micelle formation

@inproceedings{Jafvert1991SedimentAS,
  title={Sediment- and saturated-soil-associated reactions involving an anionic surfactant (dodecylsulfate). 1. Precipitation and micelle formation},
  author={Chad T Jafvert and Janice K. Heath},
  year={1991}
}
In assessing the possible removal of contaminants from soils or sediments by surfactant solutions, the need also arises to elucidate interactions between the surfactants and the components of soils and sediments. Interactions of the anionic surfactant dodecylsulfate (DS) with soil and sediment (medium) components were examined at DS concentrations in the range of the critical micelle concentration (cmc). Experiments involving either the variation in DS (0.1-40 mM) or in medium concentration (0… CONTINUE READING

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