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Anionic trash

Anionic trash Anionic-dissolved and colloidal substances are often called interfering or disturbing trash without explaining what they interfere with or what they disturb. Their behaviour is connected to the negative anionic charge commonly appearing on useful and detrimental substances. The negative charge is normally due to dissociation of carboxyl and sulphonic acid groups of particles.
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This page has been updated 16.11.2021