electrokinetic potential

electrokinetic potential

[i¦lek·trō·kə′ned·ik pə′ten·chəl]
(physics)
References in periodicals archive ?
Zeta potential (electrokinetic potential) occurs at the interface of the diffusion layer and stationary ions associated with the micelle, in this case with the tested polymer.
This is the electrokinetic potential in colloidal dispersions.
The same instrument enabled for the measurement of the electrokinetic potential of the composite particles that were determined in the same dispersions as used for size measurements but using disposable zeta cells (DTS 1070) instead of plastic cuvettes.
where [[phi].sub.0] is the Helmholtz electrokinetic potential of (in the case of pure water in the electrostatic system being considered, [[phi].sub.0] = 0.25 V [3]).
An electrokinetic potential meter, Instruments and Experimental Techniques 48(4): 531-534.
Lorentsson, Conductivity and Electrokinetic Potential of Microcrystalline Cellulose Particles in Aqueous HCl and NaOH Solutions, Colloid J., 65, 310 (2003).
The electrokinetic potential, zero point of charge, and contact angles of pure magnesite, dolomite, and quartz, with and without DDA, were determined to obtain the surface tension parameters.
Electrokinetic potential (zeta potential) of all samples was determined by SurPASS Instrument (Anton Paar, Austria).
The resulting suspensions were analysed to define particle size and electrokinetic potential values.
The electrokinetic potential was measured in the presence of a 0.001 M NaCl electrolyte.
Electrokinetic Potential of Some of the Most Important Textile Fabrics; Coloration Technol., Vol.