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About this product
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication09/11/2011
- Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Notebiography
- Weight1244 g
- Width178 mm
- Height254 mm
- Spine34 mm
- Edited byK. L. Mittal,P. Botherel
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1986
- Table Of Contentsof Volume 6.- VII Microemulsions and Reactions in Microemulsions.- Solubilization in Microeraulsions.- Low Interfacial Tension in Microemulsion Systems.- Phase Separation in Microemulsions.- Theory of Shape Transitions in Microemulsions.- Pressure Induced Phase Transition of an Oil External Microemulsion.- Microemulsion Phase in Equilibrium With Birefringent Surfactant-Rich Phases.- Viscosity of Microemulsion Versus Salinity.- The Pseudophase Model for Microemulsion: Winsor's Diagrams in Pseudophase Space for the Betaine, Pentanol, Decane, and Water System.- Effect of Anionic Surfactants on the Partitioning of Nonionic Surfactants Between Oil/Microemulsion/Water Phases.- Critical Behavior in a Microemulsion System: I - Experimental Evidence for Field Like Variable.- Critical Behavior in Microemulsion System: II - Experimental Evidence for a Continuous Variation of Critical Exponents.- A Critical Study of Models of Solutions Via Vapour Pressure Measurements of Microeraulsions.- Neutron Small Angle Scattering Studies of Microemulsions Showing Critical Behaviour: Structure of the Winsor III Phase.- Analysis of SANS Data From Dense Microemulsions.- Analysis of Critical Scattering Data From AOT/D2O/n-Decane Microemulsions.- Investigation of the Microemulsion Phase Structure of Polyphasic Systems by Time Domain Spectroscopy and Light Scattering.- Evidences of Structural Changes in Reverse Microemulsion Systems Formulated with Nonionic Surfactants.- NMR as a Complementary Technique to the Small Angle Neutron Scattering: Study of Nonionic Aqueous Microemulsions of Perfluorocarbons.- Luminescent - Probe Study of Water-in-Oil Microemulsions.- Diffusion Coefficients in Microemulsions.- Ellipsometry in Microemulsions.- Waterless Microemulsions - 3: Formamide a Substitute of Water.- Investigations into the Mechanism of Formation of Water-in-Xylene Microemulsions using Interfacial Tension Measurements.- Structure of a Fluorinated Nonionic O/W Microemulsion.- Fluorocarbon Microemulsions: An Attempt to Rationalize Their Formation.- Formulation and Properties of an Alcohol-Free, Pharmaceutical Microemulsion System.- Physico-Chemical Study of Water/Methylene Chloride Microemulsions: Effect of Alcohol Cosurfactant.- Modification of Polyac4rylamide Microlatices by Using A Seeding Procedure.- VIII. General Papers.- Statistical Mechanics of Adsorption and Wetting Transitions.- Theories of Surface Tension.- A New Method for Measuring Film and Line Tensions.- Hydrostatics of Spherical Thin Films.- Interfacial Activity of Polydimethylsiloxane.- Foam Chromatography: Recent Developments.- Electron Microscopy in the Research of Surfactants in Solution.- Drag Reduction in Aqueous Solution of HexadecyItrimethylammonium Salicylate.- Concerning the Nature of Heat Sensitivity of Natural Latex.- Diffusion Effects in the Flocculation of Surfactant Stabilized Latexes.- The Rheological Properties of Water-in-Crude Oil Emulsions.- Physicochemical Characterization of Two Phase Systems Employed in Emulsion Polymerization.- Influence of Crude Oil and Surfactant Concentration on the Rheology and Flowing Properties of Heavy Crude Oil-in-Water Emulsions.- The Effect of Polysaccharides on the Stability of Oil-in-Water Emulsions.- Inversion of Surfactant-Oil-Brine Emulsified Systems: Generalized Mapping and Property Transitions.- X-ray Diffraction Study of Suspensions of Toluene With CH 3 (CH 2) n-1N+ (CH 3) 3 -type Montmorillonite, Where n=1, 2, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18.- Effect of Nonionic Surfactants on the Stability of Hydrophobic Sols.- The Possibility of Using Disulfonated Cosurfactant For Enhanced Oil Recovery.- The Role of Silicone Surfactants in Coal Dewatering.- About the Contributors.
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