Thermodynamics of dye adsorption with relevance to ink jet printing
"Three aqueous dyes, namely acid blue 9, acid red 37 and direct yellow 50, were adsorbed onto neat and organosilane modified boehmite and silica adsorbents. The anionic dye adsorbates have specific chemical and charged structures and hence were expected to possess distinct adsorptive interactions with any given adsorbent. The chemical functionality of silica and boehmite were changed via surface modification with organosilanes such as, aminoethylaminopropyl and trimethylammoniumpropyl silanes, in order to observe the changes in adsorption property and improve the adsorption of dyes"--Abstract, leaf iv.
Schuman, Thomas P.
Wang, Jee C.
Neogi, P. (Partho), 1951-
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
M.S. in Chemical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- Surface charge induced multilayer adsorption of dyes
- Thermodynamic assessment of dye adsorption onto boehmites
xiv, 91 leaves
© 2006 Hemanth Kumar Kundeti, All rights reserved.
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Dyes and dyeing -- Chemistry
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Kundeti, Hemanth Kumar, "Thermodynamics of dye adsorption with relevance to ink jet printing" (2006). Masters Theses. 3879.
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