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NMR-Studies of Pore Water in Bentonite/Water/Electrolyte

  • Torbjörn Carlsson (a1)

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The properties of water saturated bentonite systems are highly dependent on the pore water chemistry, water content and temperature. In this study relative changes in the physical state of pore water are studied by means of the nuclear magnetic resonance technique (NMR). It is found that the relative water mobility increases with increasing water content and/or increasing temperature, while an increase in the electrolyte content lowers the water mobility.

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NMR-Studies of Pore Water in Bentonite/Water/Electrolyte

  • Torbjörn Carlsson (a1)

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