Adsorption of Ions on the Surface of Tin Dioxide and Its Electrokinetic Characteristics in 1: 1 Electrolyte Solutions

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Abstract

Adsorption and electrokinetic characteristics of tin dioxide (cassiterite) are studied as a function of pH in aqueous NaCl and KCl solutions. The dissociation constants of surface groups, formation constants of ion pairs, and the adsorption potentials of ions are calculated in terms of the 2-pK model; capacities and potentials of the electrical double layer are determined; the dissociation degree of surface groups in the point of zero charge and in the isoelectric point are also estimated. It is shown that the 2-pK model in combination with the Graham model can be applied in the studied systems for describing the experimental results.

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