Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Properties of Colloidal Systems, Aberystwyth, Wales, U.K., September 10-23, 1989
The Time-Resolved Fluorescence Quenching Method for the Study of Micellar Systems and Microemulsions: Principle and Limitations of the Method.- Solubilization of Alcohols and Alkanediols in Aqueous Surfactant Solutions.- Thermodynamics of Solubilization into Surfactant Micelles.- Application of the Differential Conductivity Method: The Effect of Chain-Length of Homologous Surfactants on the Partition Coefficient of Alkanols Between Bulk Water and Micelles.- Mixed Micelle Theory as an Aid to Surfactant Formulation.- Partitioning of Cationic Surfactants Between Heptane and Water.- Adsorption of Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate and 1-Butanol on Solid Aluminium Oxide.- Association Models for Phenothiazine Drugs in Aqueous Solution.- Polymer-Surfactant Systems.- Kinetic and Equilibrium Studies Associated with Polymer Surfactant Interactions.- The Interaction of Amphiphiles with Molecular Assemblies and Polymers.- Step-Weighted Random Walk Statistics, as Applied to Association Colloids.- A Population Balance Model for the Determination of Solubilizate Exchange Rate Constants in Reversed Micellar Systems.- Selective Solubilisation in Reversed Micelles.- When is a Microemulsion a Microemulsion?.- Uni-And Bicontinuous Microemulsions.- Experimental and Computational Aspects of the Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting Technique.- Droplet Size and Dynamics in Water oil Microemulsions. Correlations Between Results from Time-Resolved Fluorescence Quenching, Quasielastic Light Scattering, Electrical Conductivity and Water Solubility Measurements.- The Influence of the Distribution of Salt on the Phase Behaviour of Microemulsions with Ionic Surfactants.- A Study of Microemulsion Stability.- Structure of Microemulsion-Based Organo-Gels.- Luminescence Probe Study of Organized Assemblies Treated as Fractal Objects.- Organized Assemblies in Chemical Separations.- Structural Changes of Aot Reverse Micelles by the Presence of Proteins: Percolation Process Induced by Cytochrome C.- Microparticle Formation in Reverse Micelles.- Electric Birefringence Measurements in Micellar and Colloidal Solutions.- Surfactant Liquid Crystals.- The Phase Behaviour of Metal(II) Soaps in One, Two and Three Component Systems.- Ringing Gels: Their Structure and Macroscopic Properties.- Industrial Hydrocolloids.- Kinetics of the Interaction of the Potential-Sensitive Dye Oxonol V with Lipid Vesicles.- Equilibrium and Dynamic Investigation on the Main Phase Transition of Dipalmytoylphosphatidylcholine Vesicles Containing Polypeptides: A Dsc and Iodine Laser T-Jump Study.- An Investigation on the Penetration of Lipids in the Bilayer of Stratum Corneum.- Foam Stability in Non-Aqueous Multi-Phase Systems.- The Profile of a Plateau Border Near a Vertical Foam Film.- The Anamolous Effect of Electrolytes on Surfactant Monolayer Surface Pressure-Area Isotherms.- Surfactant Molecular Geometry Within Planar and Curved Monolayers in Relation to Microemulsion Phase Behaviour.- Light Scattering Experiments on Anisotropic Latex Particles.- Electric Birefringence Studies of Micellar and Colloidal Dispersions.- Polymers at Interfaces: Statics, Dynamics and Effects on Colloidal Stability.- Equilibrium Structure and Properties of Colloidal Dispersions.- Structure, Dynamics and Equilibrium Properties of Inorganic Colloids.- The Rheology of Concentrated Dispersions of Aggregated Particles.- Rheological Properties, Interparticle Forces and Suspension Structure.- Interfacial Rheology and its Application to Industrial Processes.- Effective Interaction Potentials of Colloids from Structural Data: The Inverse Problem.- Computer Simulation of the Coagulation and Flocculation of Colloidal Particles.- Computer Simulations of Fluids and Solutions of Organic Molecules.- The form of Colloidal Crystals from Silica Latices in Nonaqueous Dispersion.- Consolidation of Depletion Flocculated Concentrated Suspensions: Influence of Non Adsorbing Polymer Concentration on Consolidation Rate Constants.- Colloidal Semiconductors.- Obtention and Characterisation of Ultrafine Magnetic Colloidal Particles in Solution.- Non-Equilibrium Double Layers in Connection with Colloid Stability.- Recent Theories on the Electric Double Layer.- Application of Double Layer Theory to Moderately Complex Systems.- Wetting Phenomena.- Thermodynamics of Adsorption from Dilute Solutions.- List of Participants.- Index of Subjects.
Series: Mathematics and Its Applications (Soviet Series)
Number Of Pages: 888
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 1.43