3 edition of Giant micelles found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Raoul Zana and Eric W. Kaler.|
|Series||Surfactant science series -- 140|
|Contributions||Kaler, Eric W.|
|LC Classifications||QD549 .Z36 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007002452|
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Drawing on the expertise of internationally known scientists, Giant Micelles: Properties and Applications summarizes the range of behaviors encountered in solutions of micelles and their applications in industrial processes.
The book introduces theoretical aspects of the rheological behavior and formation of giant micelles from different viewpoints including molecular-level Price: $ Giant Micelles: Properties and Applications - CRC Press Book The co-evolution of a strong theoretical framework alongside application of a range of sophisticated experimental tools engendered rapid advancement in the study of “giant micelles.”.
Drawing on the expertise of internationally known scientists, Giant Micelles: Properties and Applications summarizes the range of behaviors encountered in solutions of micelles and their applications in industrial processes. The book introduces theoretical aspects of the rheological behavior and formation of giant micelles from different viewpoints including molecular-level.
Illustrating the properties of giant micelles on solid surfaces, the book also considers systems of smart micelles that respond to external stimuli by a change of shape. The authors describe giant micelles formed from amphiphilic block copolymers as well as non-covalent polymers that exhibit similar rheological behavior to giant micelles.
The co-evolution of a strong theoretical framework alongside application of a range of sophisticated experimental tools engendered rapid advancement in the study ofgiant micelles.
Beginning with Anacker and Debye's experimental study of elongated micelles by light scattering and their subsequent theoretical inference that the thermodynamicCited by: Giant Micelles: Properties and Applications provides information on the long micelles that occur in many types of surfactant solutions.
This book focuses on the theoretical aspects of the formation of giant micelles from different viewpoints, such as molecular thermodynamics, packing, and computer simulations. Oilfield Applications of Giant Micelles With Phil Sullivan, Erik B. Nelson, Valerie Anderson, Trevor Hughes Viscoelastic surfactant (VES) systems based on wormlike micelles have generated considerable scientific interest and have been used in applications ranging from industrial cleaning, detergents, hydraulic fluids, and slurry transport fluids.
Giant Micelles: Properties and Applications: Surfactant Science Series By Raoul Zana and Eric W. Kaler R. Miller. Corresponding Author. E-mail address: [email protected] Giant micelles book Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Wissenschaftspark Golm, D‐ Potsdam, by: 1.
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The book introduces theoretical aspects of the rheological behavior and formation of giant micelles Giant micelles book different viewpoints including molecular-level thermodynamic theory and.
Giant micelles are elongated, polymer-like objects created by the self-assembly of amphiphilic molecules (such as detergents) in solution. Giant micelles are typically flexible, and can become highly entangled even at modest by: as it is Giant micelles book to the study of “giant micelles.” That is followed by a review of the applications of the technique in the study of the systems in the focus of this book.
The interested reader will ﬁnd more details about the technique and its application to other systems in Talmon 4 5and Danino. BASICS OF DIRECT-IMAGING CRYO-TEM. Giant Micelles: Properties and Applications (Surfactant Science) (1st Edition) by Raoul Zana (Editor), Eric W.
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To circumvent this limitation, we benefited from the uniaxial growth of spherical micelles into long cylindrical micelles usually called wormlike or giant micelles, upon the addition of by: 4.
Drawing on the expertise of internationally known scientists, Giant Micelles: Properties and Applications summarizes the range of behaviors encountered in solutions of micelles and their. This book focuses on the theoretical aspects of the formation of giant micelles from different viewpoints, such as molecular thermodynamics, packing, and computer simulations.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Ch. Molecular thermodynamics of giant micelles / Ramanathan Nagarajan --Ch.
lar packing in cylindrical micelles / Sylvio May and Avinoam Ben-Shaul --Ch. er simulations of wormlike micelles / Johan T. Padding, Wouter K. den Otter. Giant Micelles: Properties and Applications: Surfactant Science Series By Raoul Zana and Eric W.
Kaler, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton‐London‐New York,$ R. Miller*, * Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Wissenschaftspark Golm, D‐ Potsdam, Germany.
This book was edited by two main. Click on the book chapter title to read : Heinz Rehage. Giant micelles can form gel-like structures with particular properties that make them indispensable for use in a wide range of consumer and industry products, such as personal care applications, household cleaning agents, and oil well treatment fluids , , .Cited by: For the first time, this book offers an introduction to the physics of these soft materials in one single volume.
A variety of experiments and concepts are presented, including the phenomena of capillarity and wetting, fractals, small volumes and large surfaces, colloids, surfactants, giant micelles and fluid membranes, polymers, and liquid.
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The book also explores interfacial systems for a wide variety of p. This book focuses on water purification by micelle-clay nano-particles. The micelle-clay complex is composed of an organic cation (surfactant) with a long alkyl chain, e.g., ODTMA (octadecyltrimethylammonium) that spontaneously forms micelles of several nm in diameters at small concentrations.
The positively charged micelles interact with a negatively charged clay. Growth of wormlike micelles and other giant self-assembled aggregates has been observed in solutions containing single surfactant: nonionic [1,2,3]; zwitterionic [4,5]. The Book of Giants is an apocryphal Jewish book which expands the Urzeit to Endzeit ('primeval creation' to 'end of time') narrative of the Hebrew Bible and, by its multifaceted elaborations on divine decrees of warning and doom, ties the ancient prophet Enoch (ḥanôk) closer to his generally recognized 'storyline' (as collectively put forth in various Enochic traditions) than Language: Aramaic, Syriac, Pahlavi.
Highlights Giant micelles promote hydrodynamic drag reduction (HDR). Thermal synergism in mixed giant micelle was investigate using such property. The HDR is lost if the micelles is thermally broken. Synergism increases if a shorter surfactant is combined with a longer. This is due to the better packing of the molecules that form the mixed by: Now available for the first time, this valuable reference presents polymer solubility parameters and various polymer-liquid interaction parameters in an easy-to-use form.
It critically evaluates and comprehensively compiles data from original sources. It presents these quantities polymer-by-polymer, alphabetically by polymer common chemical name, fully cross-referenced by. Book review Book review Hubbard, Arthur This new book is available to readers interested in surfactant properties and applications, and particularly in micellar phenomena.
Chapter 1 gives an excellent review of the molecular thermodynamics of giant micelles. Chapter 2 discusses the packing, self-assembly and aggregation of cylindrical micelles. 7 Micelle is a self-assembled structure of amphiphilic molecules and consists of core and shell. The process of forming micelle is known as micellization.
lyophobic core lyophilic shell water outside shapes of micelles 8. 8 MesoMorphous (liquid crystals) means Meso= Between and Morph= Form. Appell J., Porte G. () Polymer-like giant micelles.
An invesetigation by light scattering. In: Corti M., Mallamace F. (eds) Trends in Colloid and Interface Science V. Progress in Colloid & Polymer Science, vol Cited by: 1. Eric W. Kaler (born Septem )  is a chemical engineer, professor and former university toKaler served as the 16th president of the University of Minnesota before returning to scientific research and teaching in the University of Minnesota Department of Chemical Engineering in January Before coming to Alma mater: California Institute of Technology.
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It continues by focusing on the results of a variety of experimental studies using methods such as cryo-transmission electron microscopy, scattering techniques, phase diagrams, linear and non-linear rheology, and chemical rating the properties of giant micelles on solid surfaces, the book also considers systems of smart.
Dionne C James, Bill R Haynes, Waldo W Greig, Lauren A Collins, et al. Self assembly of PEO-P4VP Block Copolymer- from Giant Segmented Wormlike Micelles in Solution to Thin Film. Prof. Nissim Garti is a staff member at the Casali Institute of Applied Chemistry in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in ISRAEL.
He specializes in interfacial phenomena, emulsion technology, microemulsions, crystallization phenomena, nutraceuticals and food science. These books have set new standards and become indispensable in the daily work of planning and building.
They are now being published in English for the first time. This volume shows the wide range of possibilities for using glass in construction, beginning with a historical overview of glass in architecture. In this study, we present a comparative investigation of linear and branched wormlike micelles using two nonlinear rheological tools: orthogonal superposition rheology and large amplitude oscillatory shear (LAOS) rheology.
The surfactants were a series of mixtures of octyl trimethyl ammonium bromide (C8TAB) and sodium oleate (NaOA). A transition from linear to branched wormlike micelles Cited by: 9.Addeddate External-identifier urn:arXiv Identifier arxiv Identifier-ark ark://t0tq7v98c Ocr ABBYY FineReader Fractal models for luminescence probing of organized assemblies.
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