Thermal Behavior of Dispersed Systems
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"Discusses the most recent advances in the correlations of structure and reactivity relationships of micelles, liposomes, microemulsions, and emulsions by thermal behavior measurements, as well as the options, scope, and limitations of the thermal behavior of dispersed systems. Highlights current studies on heterogeneous colloidal (dispersed) systems."
Table of Contents
Calorimetric investigation of solutions of reversed micelles; thermodynamics and phase-separation kinetics of microemulsions; subzero temperature behaviour of water in microemulsions; DSC analysis of surfactant-based microstructures; effects of cooling-heating cycles upon emulsions; thermal analysis of self-assembling complex fluids; the water behaviour in phospholipid bilayer systems; heat evolution of the self assembly of amphiphilas in aqueous solutions; calorimetric methods for study of the adsorption of surfactant at solid/solution interfaces; microcalorimetric control of liquid sorption on hydrophilic/hydrophobic surfaces in non-aqueous dispersions; the formation and transformation of crystalline dispersions studied by thermal analysis; solid state transitions of surfactant crystals; thermal behaviour of foods and food constituents.