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DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE DETERGENCY PROCESS FOR SYSTEMS CONTAINING MULTI-COMPONENT SOILS.
ARMY COATING AND CHEMICAL LAB ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND MD
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Dimensional analysis of the detergency process has been extended from soil-surfactant systems containing a single polar soil to those with binary and ternary component soils containing a nonpolar ingredient. This was made possible by 1 replacement of the soil dipole moment variable by the proportional square root of orientation polarization Po, and 2 establishment of the validity of the empirical volume fraction additivity of the ingredient Po values of binary polar - polar mixtures using the classical dilute solution - solute P2 extrapolation procedure with a chemical oscillometer. Author
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