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DISCUSSION Based on the results presented, it appears that the multi-amino functional groups of the PEIs selectively adsorb onto the acidic sites of the SiC surface with an isoelectric point of pH 3-5. A model for the adsorption of polymer onto a particle surface can be described by an equation from R. Ùllman et al. , which relates the amount of adsorbed polymer (T) to molecular weight (Mw). T = K-Mwa (1) where, K is a constant, and a is the adsorption constant. The adsorption constant has been defined relative to three models in Figure 7.
V. Derjaguin, "Friction and Adhesion. IV: The Theory of Adhesion of Small Particles", Kolloid Zeits, 69 155 (1934). 6 D. H. Napper, Polymeric Stabilisation of Colloidal Dispersions, London: Academic Press, 1983. Characterization & Control of Interfaces for High Quality Advanced Materials 33 7 H. Kamiya, M. Mitsui, H. Takano, and S. Miyazawa, "Influence of Particle Diameter on Surface Silanol Structure, Hydration Forces, and Aggregation Behavior of Alkoxide-Derived Silica Particles", J. Am. Ceram.
A Nanoscope III atomic force microscope (Santa Barbara, CA) was used for the force measuring experiments. 15 RESULTS Force Measurement in 10~3 M NaCl Solutions Figure 1 shows force-distance profiles between the zirconia sphere and the zirconia plate at different values of pH in 10'3 M NaCl without PAA. 0, a repulsive force is always observed. Figure 2 shows the zeta potential of 3Y-TZP measured using the electrophoretic method with and without PAA (MW 1800). 4. It moves to pH 3 after the addition of PAA.