Surface charge of kaolin was estimated from the potentiometric titrations of kaolin in various background electrolyte solutions at 298 IC No point of intersection for the zero charge was observed at pH 3.5 as the starting point indicating that at low pH, the amorphous components of kaolin were adsorbed in the aqueous phase whereas the three various electrolyte solutions initially adjusted to about pH 8.48 gave the point of intersection The pH(PZC) was 5.96. The surface stability constants were measured in the temperature range (298 - 328 K) at pH 6.5. As the reaction was exothermic, like X-m, the maximum adsorption the values of the stability constants also decreased with increasing temperature showing high strength of bond between the adsorbent and adsorbate at low temperatures.