Surface Potential of 1-Hexanol Solution: Comparison with Methyl Isobutyl Carbinol
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Alcohols have an amphiphilic characteristic and are employed in industrial processes to enhance interfacial properties. In this study, the change in surface potential (ΔV) and surface tension of 1-hexanol were measured on the subsurface of electrolyte solutions (NaCl at 0.02, 0.2, and 2 M). The results were fitted by a newly proposed model, which includes the influence of electrolytes and surface concentration of surfactant at the air-water interface. The findings were compared to those of a previous study on methyl isobutyl carbinol (MIBC). Most significantly, the modeling results showed opposite behaviors between the two systems: adsorbed MIBC enhances the presence of cations, whereas adsorbed 1-hexanol enhances the presence of anions. The difference highlights thesignificance of the molecular structure on the arrangement at the air/ water interface.
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