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Topic: Adsorption: Is greater the difference in zeta potential the better?  (Read 493 times)

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Offline lllllll25

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I'm trying to think of a material that adsorb negatively charged plastic via electrostatic interaction, which means it should have positive zeta potential at the tested pH, however, is the binding strength determined by the difference in their zeta potential and hence more positive the material the better? Does electrostatic interaction have any selectivity or in this case the material can adsorb anything negative including plastic?

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