Adsorption Of Surfactants On Modified Controlled Porosity Glasses (CPG’s)
Controlled porosity glasses (CPG’s) are very often used as catalysts, adsorbents, ion exchangers and supports of adhesively or chemically bonded stationary phases. Their strong adsorption properties result from the presence of boron atoms on the surface and the siliceous structure as well. Surface hydroxyl groups and small amounts of surface sodium ions are responsible for ion exchange properties of the CPG.
KeywordsSurface Charge Density Boron Atom Porous Glass Sodium Atom Adsorption Density
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