EFFECT OF SOME DISPERSING AUXILIARIES ON NANOSILICA DISPERSION INTO PASSIVE CHROME TRIVALENT SOLUTION

Truong Thi Nam, Hoang Thi Huong Thuy, Dao Phi Hung, Le Ba Thang, Nguyen Thi Cam Ha

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In this paper, the dispersion of nanosilica in conversion solution trivalent chromium using variety of dispersion aids namely: SDS, PVP, AE-7, OP-10 and epomin. The results showed that the nanosilica could disperse in conversion solution in low pH (pH = 1.5). The solution containing nanosilica was uniform, having no agglomeration with SDS, PVP and AE-7 after 7-day preparation. The results of zeta potential and size distribution illustrated that AE-7 was the most effective for nanosilica dispersion in passive solution trivalent chromium with medium size of nanosilica in C2-nanosilica solution using AE-7 equal ~ 60 nm. However, there was a much diffirence size between the size of nanosilica in passive solution and initial nanosilica. As a result, nanosilica could disperse in passive solution at low pH with AE-7 but this was not effective enough to held dispersed solution in stable state.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15625/0866-708X/54/3/6758 Display counter: Abstract : 60 views. PDF : 62 views.

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