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Surfactants in Solution - K. L. Mittal

Hardcover Published: 24th February 1999
ISBN: 9780306414831
Number Of Pages: 706

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This and its companion Volumes 2 and 3 document the proceed- ings of the 4th International Symposium on Surfactants in Solution held in Lund, Sweden, June 27-July 2, 1982. This biennial event was christened as the 4th Symposium as this was a continuation of ear- li er conferences dealing with surfactants held in 1976 (Albany) under the title "Micellization, Solubilization, and Microemulsions"; in 1978 (Knoxville) under the title "Solution Chemistry of Surfac- tants"; and in 1980 (Potsdam) where it was dubbed as "Solution Be- bavior of Surfactants: Theoretical and Applied Aspects:' The Pl02 3 ceedings of all these symposia have been properly chronicled. ' , The Lund Symposium was bi lIed as "Surfactants in Solution" as both the aggregation and adsorption aspects of surfactants were covered, and furthermore we were interested in a general title which could be used for future conferences in this series. As these biennial events bave become a weIl recognized forum for bringing together researchers with varied interests in the arena of surfactants, so it is amply vindicated to continue these, and the next meeting is planned for July 9-13, 1984 in Bordeaux, France under the cochair- manship of K. L. Mittal and P. Bothorel. The venue for 1986 is still open, although India, inter alia, is a good possibility. Apropos, we would be delighted to entertain suggestions regarding where and when these biennial symposia should be held in the future and you may direct your response to Kk~.

Phase Behavior and Phase Equilibria in Surfactant Solutions.- Principles of Phase Equilibria in Surfactant - Water Systems.- On the Phase Behavior of Systems of the Type H2O - Oil - Nonionic Surfactant - Electrolyte.- Phase Equilibria in and Lattice Models for Nonionic Surfactant-Water Mixtures.- Amphiphilic Aggregates in a Lyotropic Nematic Phase.- Liquid Crystalline Structures Occurring in Aqueous Systems of a Totally Fluorinated Fatty Acid and Some of its Salts.- Water 2H anD 17O NMR in Dodecylammonium Chloride/D2O Lyotropic Mesophases.- The Interaction Between Water and Ethylene Oxide Groups in Oligo (Ethylene Glycol) Dodecyl Ethers as Studied by 2H NMR in Liquid Crystalline Phases.- Surfactant Alkyl Chain Mobility and Order in Micelles and Micro-Emulsions.- Thermodynamics of Partially Miscible Micelles and Liquid Crystals.- 31P and 2H NMR Studies of Phase Equilibria in the Three Component System: Monoolein-Dioleoylphosphatidylcholine.- Micelle Formation and Phase Equilibria of Surface Active Components of Wood.- Fluid Microstructures of Sodium 4-(1'-Heptylnonyl)Benzenesulfonate Mixtures.- Phase Structures and Phase Diagrams of Some Surfactant Systems with Divalent Counterions: Effect of Ca2+ and Mg2+ Counterions on the Stability of Liquid Crystalline Phases.- A New Optically Isotropic Phase in the Dilute Region of the Sodium Octanoate - Decanol - Water System.- NMR and Polarized Emission Studies of Cubic Phases and Model Membranes.- The Use of Freeze-Fracture and Freeze-Etching Electron Microscopy for Phase Analysis and Structure Determination of Lipid Systems.- The Structure of Plasma Lipoproteins: Evaluation by X-Ray and Neutron Small-Angle Scattering.- Structure, Dynamics and Characterization of Micelles.- The Packing of Amphiphile Chains in Micelles and Bilayers.- Molecular Organization in Amphiphilic Aggregates.- The Nature of the Surfactant-Block Model of Micelle Structure.- Structure in Micellar Solutions: a Monte Carlo Study.- Multi-Method Characterization of Micelles.- Tracer Self-Diffusion Studies of Surfactant Association.- An Introduction to Neutron Scattering on Surfactant Micelles in Water.- Light Scattering and Small-Angle Neutron Scattering Investigations of Double-Tailed Surfactants in Aqueous Solutions.- Viscoelastic Detergent Solutions.- The Effect of Intermicellar Interactions on Interpretations of Micellar Diffusivities by Dynamic Light Scattering.- Laser-Light Scattering Study of Nonionic Micelles in Aqueous Solution.- Light Scattering from Concentrated Solutions of Sodium Octanoate Micelles.- NMR and ESR Studies of Dibutylphosphate Micellar Aggregates.- Conformational Change of Surfactants Due to Association; Raman Scattering and Carbon-13 NMR Studies.- An NMR Study of Paramagnetic Relaxation Induced in Octanoate Micelles by Divalent Ions.- ESR Study of Spin Labels in Surfactant Micelles.- Spin Label Study of Molecular Aggregates.- Micellar Structure and Water Penetration Studied by NMR and Optical Spectroscopy.- Solubilization and Water Penetration into Micelles and Other Organized Assemblies as Indicated by Photochemical Studies1.- Critique of Water Penetration Studies in Micelles Using Extrinsic Probes.- The Size of Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate Micelles with Various Additives: a Fluorescence Quenching Study.- Fluorescence Quenching Aggregation Numbers in a Non-Ionic Micelle Solution.- Fluorescence Quenching Equilibria Studies in Ionic Micelles in Aqueous Media.- Fluorescence Quenching in Micellar Systems.- FT-IR Studies of Aqueous Surfactants: the Temperature Induced Micelle Formation.- Erratum.- Erratum to: The Use of Freeze-Fracture and Freeze-Etching Electron Microscopy for Phase Analysis and Structure Determination of Lipid Systems.

ISBN: 9780306414831
ISBN-10: 030641483X
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 706
Published: 24th February 1999
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 3.96
Weight (kg): 1.23

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