A review of non-DLVO interactions in environmental colloidal systems

The interaction and behavior of surfaces orcolloids is of quantitative significance inunderstanding the transport and fate ofcompounds and microorganisms in environmentalsystems

Bergendahl

1971

Scholarcy highlights

  • The interaction and behavior of surfaces orcolloids is of quantitative significance inunderstanding the transport and fate ofcompounds and microorganisms in environmentalsystems
  • It isreasonable to believe that the structure ofwater may participate in a more significantfashion
  • Significant work has been focused on extendingthe precepts of the traditional DLVO model toaccommodate these non-DLVO forces
  • This paper reviews many of the interactionsthat play a role in environmental systems andare not commonly subsumed by the traditionalDLVO model: e.g., hydrogen bonding and thehydrophobic effect, hydration pressure,non-charge transfer Lewis acid baseinteractions, and steric interactions

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