Equilibrium adsorption isotherms for wool/detergent systems

Isotherms for the equilibrium adsorption of sodium dodecyl sulfate on to wool at 40°C. and 60°C. under neutral conditions were determined

June C Griffith; A.E Alexander

2004

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  • Isotherms for the equilibrium adsorption of sodium dodecyl sulfate on to wool at 40°C. and 60°C. under neutral conditions were determined
  • There was no increase in the adsorption once the concentration in the equilibrium solution exceeded the c.m.c
  • The amount adsorbed was considerably less than that found for the adsorption of sodium dodecyl sulfate on epidermal keratin
  • Adsorptions below 40°C. indicate that, for low concentrations of detergent in the equilibrium solution, considerably more detergent is adsorbed below 35°C. than above this temperature

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