Lori Tunstall's Photo Album


    This plot compares the effect of an air entraining agent (AEA) on the surface energy of water, and water containing carbon-contaminated ash. Strong adsorption onto the ash is revealed by the high concentration of AEA required to cause a drop in surface tension. 


This is an image of the carbon separated from fly ash by dissolving the glassy material in HF.


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