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|Title:||Small-angle neutron-scattering studies on nonaqueous dispersions part 5 : magnesium carbonate dispersions in hydrocarbon media|
Heenan, Richard K.
Marsh, John F.
MacDonald, Isabel P.
Ottewill, Ronald H.
|Publisher:||Springer Berlin Heidelberg|
|Citation:||Sinagra, E., Heenan, R. K., Marsh, J. F., MacDonald, I. P., & Ottewill, R. H. (1992). Small-angle neutron-scattering studies on nonaqueous dispersions part 5 : magnesium carbonate dispersions in hydrocarbon media. Colloid and Polymer Science, 270(6), 602-608.|
|Abstract:||A method is described for the preparation of magnesium carbonate particles in a nonaqueous hydrocarbon environment. The particles were stabilised in the colloidal sense by the adsorption of an alkyl-aryl sulphonic acid. The particle morphology and particle-size distribution were examined by small-angle neutron scattering. It was concluded that the particle structure was of the coreshell type, with a core particle of basic magnesium carbonate, radius ca. 40 Å, and a shell of thickness ca. 13 Å. The results suggested that the latter was predominantly that of the alkyl-aryl part of the stabilising moiety.|
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