Suspension Stability ; Why Particle Size , Zeta Potential and Rheology are Important

@inproceedings{Larsson2012SuspensionS,
  title={Suspension Stability ; Why Particle Size , Zeta Potential and Rheology are Important},
  author={M. Larsson and Adrian Hill and John Duffy},
  year={2012}
}
This paper presents the combined technologies, rheology, zeta potential and particle size measurements, that are important to characterize particle suspensions. We will use a system that sediments at room temperature and explain why different techniques are needed to characterize the system to show its potential stability INTRODUCTION Suspensions or dispersions of particles or droplets in a liquid medium are encountered in a variety of industries and find use in a diverse range of applications… CONTINUE READING

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