Anionic dispersing agents
How does it work?
The dispersant provides anchor groups for interaction with the pigment/filler surface; a charge is generated and a more diffuse cloud of opposite charge develops around it.
When two particles with like charges approach, they repel each other, the charge effectively forms a barrier to closer interactions between the particles.
Focus on the use of anionic dispersants to deflocculate mineral particles
Discover how to easily disperse mineral particles in water with optimized rheological properties and slurry flowability.
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