Adsorption and Aggregation of Surfactants in Solution
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Offering the latest research and developments in the understanding of surfactant behavior in solutions, this reference investigates the role and dynamics of surfactants and their solution properties in the formulation of paints, printing inks, paper coatings, pharmaceuticals, personal care products, cosmetics, liquid detergents, and lubricants. Exploring the science behind techniques from oil recovery to drug delivery, the book covers surfactant stabilized particles; solid particles at liquid interfaces; nanocapsules; aggregation behavior of surfactants; micellar catalysis; vesicles and liposomes; the clouding phenomena; viscoelasticity of micellar solutions; and more.
Table of Contents
Highlights of Research on Molecular Interactions at Interfaces from the University of Florida, Interaction Between Surfactant-Stabilized Particles: Dynamic Aspects,Solid Particles at Liquid Interfaces, Including Their Effects on Emulsion and Foam Stability, From Polymeric Films to Nanocapsules,Investigation of Amphiphilic Systems by Subzero Temperature Differential Scanning Calorimetry, Aggregation Behavior of Dimeric and Gemini Surfactants in Solution: Raman, Selective Decoupling 13C NMR, and SANS Studies, Snared by Trapping: Chemical Explorations of Interfacial Compositions of Cationic Micelles, Effect of Surfactants on Pregastric Enzyme-Catalyzed Hydrolysis of Triacylglycerols and Esters, Effect of Benzyl Alcohol on the Properties of CTAB/KBr Micellar Systems,Vesicle Formation by Chemical Reactions: Spontaneous Vesicle Formation in Mixtures of Zwitterionic and Catanionic Surfactants, Mechanism of the Clouding Phenomenon in Surfactant Solutions, Atomic Force Microscopy of Adsorbed Surfactant Micelles, A Simple Model to Predict Nonlinear Viscoelasticity and Shear Banding Flow of Wormlike Micellar Solutions, Preparation and Stabilization of Silver Colloids in Aqueous Surfactant Solutions, Silver and Palladium Nanoparticles Incorporated in Layer Structured Materials, Water-in-Carbon Dioxide Microemulsions Stabilized by Fluorosurfactants, Organic Synthesis in Microemulsions: An Alternative or a Complement to Phase Transfer Catalysis, Physicochemical Characterization of Nanoparticles Synthesized in Microemulsions, Phase Behavior of Microemulsion Systems Based on Optimized Nonionic Surfactants, Microemulsions in Foods: Challenges and Applications, Microemulsion-Based Viscosity Index Improvers, Foams, Foam Films, and Monolayers, Role of Entry Barriers in Foam Destruction by Oil Drops, Principles of Emulsion Formulation Engineering, JNano-Emulsions: Formation, Properties, and Applications, Surface Modifications of Liposomes for Recognition and Response to Environmen
K. L. Mittal, Dinesh O. Shah