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Measurements of Interactions between Particles and Charged Microbubbles Using a Combined Micro- and Macroscopic Strategy

Daniel Johnson Orcid Logo, Nidal Hilal, Kristian Waters, Kathryn Hadler, Jan Cilliers

Langmuir, Volume: 25, Issue: 9, Pages: 4880 - 4885

Swansea University Authors: Daniel Johnson Orcid Logo, Nidal Hilal

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DOI (Published version): 10.1021/la8038297

Published in: Langmuir
ISSN: 0743-7663
Published: 2009
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Item Description: This paper reports, for the first time, an investigation on combining nanoscale and pilot scale investigations on particle-bubble interactions using AFM and floatation together. The paper showed how the AFM colloid probe can be used to explain the bulk behaviour during industrial processes in mineral separation by froth floatation. It also underpins two EPSRC projects with Leeds University and Imperial College (EP/D027985/1 and EP/D027942/1). Led to a plenary lecture at INDO-UK Workshop and was also presented, in more details, as a chapter in a book on "Atomic Force Microscopy in Process Engineering -ISBN 978-1-8561-7517-3" by Richard Bowen and Nidal Hilal.
College: Faculty of Science and Engineering
Issue: 9
Start Page: 4880
End Page: 4885