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Study of stabilizing and dispersing ability of humic-clay complexes toward oil pollution of aquaous media
Chemical sciences

Authors: Natalia Yu. GRECHISCHEVA graduated from MSU named after M.V. Lomonosov in 1992. She is Candidate of chemical Sciences. Associate Professor of the Department of industrial ecology of Gubkin Russian State University (National Research University) of Oil and Gas. She is specialist in the chemistry of humic substances and their application in environmental technologies. She is author of over 60 scientific publications. E-mail: yanat2@mail.ru
Vladimir A. HOLODOV graduated from MSU named after M.V. Lomonosov in 1998. He is Candidate of biological Sciences. Leading researcher of the laboratory of biology and biochemistry soil of Dokuchaev Soil Institute. He is specialist in the field of light fractions of soil organic matter, interaction of humic substances with minerals and pesticides. He is author of over 50 publications.
E-mail: vkholod@mail.ru
Irina V. PERMINOVA graduated from MSU named after M.V. Lomonosov in 1982. She is Doctor of chemical Sciences, Professor, leading researcher of the Department of medici- nal chemistry and fine organic synthesis, faculty of the chemistry of Moscow state University named after M.V. Lomonosov. She has been working in the field of humic substances research for over twenty-five years. She is author of over 270 publications. E-mail: iperm@org.chem.msu.ru
Aksana M. PARFENOVA graduated from MSU named after M.V. Lomonosov in 1969. She has been Researcher at the Department of colloid chemistry at the faculty of chemistry, of Moscow state University named after M.V. Lomonosov since 1973. She is specialist in the field of colloid chemistry and author of more than 110 publications. E-mail: parf@colloid.chem.msu.ru
Mihail S. KOTELEV graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2010. He is Candidate of chemical Sciences. Junior researcher of the Department of physical and colloid chemistry of Gubkin Russian State University (National Research University) of Oil and Gas. The focus of his research is the use of extremophilic and autotrophic microorganisms in biotechnology. He is author of 16 scientific works. E-mail: kain@inbox.ru

Abstract: The prospects of using humic-clay complexes (HCC) as stabilizing agents for natural water-oil emulsions, the formation of which contributes to the natural process of self-purification of aqueous systems are shown. The most effective is the use of organo stabilizers with surface modified by coal humic substances. Evaluation of the effectiveness of the dispersing ability of these complexes also allows to consider the possibility of using them as natural dispersants. The use of such humic-clay complexes does not pose the risk of secondary pollution in cotrast to the use of molecular surfactants

Index UDK: 547.992.2

Keywords: humic-clay complexes, humic substances, stabilizer, stabilization of emulsions of oil, natural dispersant

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