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MUTUAL COAGULATION OF COLLOIDAL SOLUTIONS. INTERACTION BETWEEN COLLOIDAL ANTIMONY SULPHIDE AND COLLOIDAL FERRIC HYDROXIDE AND THE EQUILIBRIUM DIALYSATE OF COLLOIDAL FERRIC HYDROXIDE
By a modified process of dialysis, colloidal ferric hydroxide and its "equilibrium dialysate" of nearly the same ionic environments have been compared for their powers as coagulating agents. It is found that in mutual coagulation the colloidal ferric hydroxide particles play a very important part, and in fact, they may be taken to act es polyvalent cations.doi:10.5281/zenodo.6565936 fatcat:2qfytpdmhjgzhhngkzrsrzzwnu