Self-Organized Surfactant Structures. Topics in Colloid and Interface Science (VCH)

  • ID: 2179828
  • Book
  • 309 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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As materials with particle sizes on the nanoscale displaying new or improved properties, colloids play many versatile roles. They may have different colors depending on the current size, carry coatings with functions such as antigens for protein recognition, influence the morphology or durability of composites they are part of, serve as tiny containers for drugs, or as nanoreactors in which chemical reactions are conducted. Due to this diversity, colloidal chemistry involves a great number of disciplines, including chemistry, physics, materials sciences, and biology.

Highlighting recent developments as well as future challenges, this series of volumes covers such topics as emulsions, nano–emulsions, nano–dispersions and novel techniques for their investigation.

From the contents of this volume:

∗ Stabilization of Emulsions, Nano–Emulsions and Multiple Emulsions Using Polyfructose

∗ Enhancement of Stabilization and Performance of Personal Care Formulations Using Polymeric Surfactants

∗ Effect of an External Force Field on Self–Ordering of Three–Phase Cellular Fluids in Two Dimensions

∗ Physical Chemistry and Sensory Properties of Cosmetic Emulsions

∗ Nanoparticle Preparation by Miniemulsion Polymerization

∗ Monodisperse Emulsions Using Straight–Through Microchannel Array Devices

∗ Isotropic and Anisotropic Metal Nanoparticles Prepared by Inverse Microemulsion

∗ Preparation of Nanoemulsions by Spontaneous Emulsification and Stabilization with Poly(Caprolactone)–B–Poly(ethylene Oxide) Block Copolymers

∗ Synthesis of Waterborne Acrylic/Clay Nanocomposites

For surface, physical and polymer chemists, materials scientists, and chemical engineers.

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Stabilization of Emulsions, Nano–Emulsions and Multiple Emulsions Using Hydrophobically Modified Inulin (Polyfructose)

Interaction Forces in Emulsion Films Stabilized with Hydrophobically Modified Inulin (Polyfructose) and Correlation with Emulsion Stability

Enhancement of Stabilization and Performance of Personal Care Formulations Using Polymeric Surfactants

Effect of an External Force Field on Self–Ordering of Three–Phase Cellular Fluids in Two Dimensions

The Physical Chemistry and Sensory Properties of Cosmetic Emulsions –

Applications to Face Make–Up Foundations

Nanoparticle Preparation by Miniemulsion Polymerization

Recent Developments in Producing Monodisperse Emulsions Using Straight–Through Microchannel Array Devices

Isotropic and Anisotropic Metal Nanoparticles Prepared by Inverse Microemulsion

Preparation of Nanoemulsions by Spontaneous Emulsification and Stabilization with Poly(Caprolactone)–B–Poly(ethylene Oxide) Block Copolymers

Routes Toward the Synthesis of Waterborne Acrylic/Clay Nanocomposites
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About the editor:

"Dr. Tadros is a very well recognized individual in the surface chemistry community and is known to write well."

(Prof. Krister Holmberg, Chalmers University, Göteborg, Sweden)

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"Professor Tadros is a well–known expert on the topic. Because of his industrial experience it might be possible to close the gap between fundamentals and the relevance and applications in the practice."

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"Dr. Tadros is a well–known scientist in emulsion and rheology science who can write about fundamentals and applications of surfactants."

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