One area of oil sands processing technology that needs to receive further consideration is the surface and colloid chemistry
of clay minerals.
(22.) Bergstrom, L, "Colloidal Processing of Ceramics." In: Holmberg, K (ed.) Handbook of Applied Surface and Colloid Chemistry
At that time and until now, there was not a textbook covering the specialized area of colloid chemistry
The six chapters of this book carry titles: Basic chemistry of surface and colloid chemistry
; Physicochemical behaviour of the components of wheat flour; Interactions between components; Components in other cereals; Flour; Dough; and Bread.
After an introduction to the functions, composition, and properties of drilling fluids, the book charts the development of drilling fluid technology, describes equipment and procedures for evaluating drilling fluid performance, and deals with clay mineralogy and the colloid chemistry
of drilling fluids.
of Reading, Britain) presents an introductory textbook on colloid chemistry
to undergraduate students studying physical chemistry.
Page 36 - Colloid Chemistry
of Papermaking Materials
Bates graduated from Rice University, Houston, TX in 1941, and received a doctorate with a major in colloid chemistry
. He joined Sun Chemical the same year as a research chemist.
and, in particular, the use of water-soluble polymers is a crucial part of modern papermaking.
Coherent chemistry, the chemistry of periodical oscillatory processes, is well established in physical chemistry, chemical physics, and biological chemistry, says Sucharev (Chelyabinsk State U., Russia), but not in traditional non-organic chemistry and related branches, such as colloid chemistry
. He suspects that much important phenomena is being overlooked during catalysis or adsorption for that reason.