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Linear Viscoelastic Behavior of Bentonite-Water Suspensions
Bentonite are extensively used materials in a wide range of applications. Creep and oscillatory shear experiments in the linear viscoelastic domain were carried out on bentonite-water suspensions at different solid fractions. It was found that bentonite dispersions exhibit important viscoelastic behavior which could be represented by the generalized Kelvin-Voigt mechanical model. It is well known that an exhaustive study of colloidal dispersions may require the determination of its viscoelasticdoi:10.1515/arh-2002-0012 fatcat:js27b7ce2jee7oiqn5udkbqndy