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Micellization, Solubilization, and Microemulsions

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This volume and its companion Volume 2 chronicle the proceed ings of the International Symposium on Micellization, Solubiliza tion, and t1icroemulsions held under the auspices of the Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society in Albany, New York, August 8-11, 1976. The technical program consisted of 48 papers by 91 authors from twelve countries. The program was divided into six sessions, and Dr. Hartley delivered the Concluding Remarks. Subsequently, six more papers were contributed for the proceedings volumes with the result that these volumes contain 51 papers (three papers are not included for certain reasons) and are divided into seven parts. The first three parts are embodied in Volume 1 and the remaining four parts constitute Volume 2; each part is followed by a Discussion Section. Dr. Hartley's Concluding Remarks are in cluded in both volumes . . When the idea of arranging a symposium on micelles was broached to me, I accepted it without an iota of hesitation. I had two op tions: either to make it a one- or two-sessions symposium, or bring together the global community actively carrying out research in this area. I opted for the latter as the subject was very timely and I knew that it would elicit very enthusiastic response. In order to broaden the scope of the symposium, I suggested that the theme of the symposium should be Micellization. Solubilization and Microemulsions.

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This volume and its companion Volume 2 chronicle the proceed­ ings of the International Symposium on Micellization, Solubiliza­ tion, and t1icroemulsions held under the auspices of the Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society in Albany, New York, August 8-11, 1976. The technical program consisted of 48 papers by 91 authors from twelve countries. The program was divided into six sessions, and Dr. Hartley delivered the Concluding Remarks. Subsequently, six more papers were contributed for the proceedings volumes with the result that these volumes contain 51 papers (three papers are not included for certain reasons) and are divided into seven parts. The first three parts are embodied in Volume 1 and the remaining four parts constitute Volume 2; each part is followed by a Discussion Section. Dr. Hartley's Concluding Remarks are in­ cluded in both volumes . . When the idea of arranging a symposium on micelles was broached to me, I accepted it without an iota of hesitation. I had two op­ tions: either to make it a one- or two-sessions symposium, or bring together the global community actively carrying out research in this area. I opted for the latter as the subject was very timely and I knew that it would elicit very enthusiastic response. In order to broaden the scope of the symposium, I suggested that the theme of the symposium should be Micellization. Solubilization and Microemulsions.



Contenu

of Volume 1.- I: General Papers.- The Wide World of Micelles.- Micelles - Retrospect and Prospect.- Micellization, Solubilization, and Microemulsions.- Biological Implications of Micelle Formation.- Fluorescent Probes for Micellar Systems.- Micellar Solutions for Improved Oil Recovery.- Discussion.- II. Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Micellization in Aqueous Media.- Thermodynamics of Micellization of Simple Amphiphiles in Aqueous Media.- Thermodynamics of Amphiphilar Aggregation into Micelles and Vesicles.- Thermodynamics of Micelle Formation.- Size Distribution of Micelles: Monomer-Micelle Equilibrium, Treatment of Experimental Molecular Weight Data, the Sphere-to-Rod Transition and a General Association Model.- Ionic Interactions in Amphiphilic Systems Studied by NMR.- Errors in Micellization Enthalpies from Temperature Dependence of Critical Micelle Concentrations.- The Nature of the Local Microenvironments in Aqueous Micellar Systems.- The Influence of Hydrophobic Counterions on the Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Ionic Micelles.- On the Use of Chemical Relaxation Methods to Distinguish between True Micellization and Continuous Association.- Kinetic Study on Micellization of Ionic Surfactants by Means of Relaxation Methods.- On the Kinetics of Redistribution of Micellar Sizes.- Ultrasonic Relaxation Studies Associated with Monomer-Micelle Exchange Processes.- The Size, Shape and Thermodynamics of Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate (SDS) Micelles using Quasielastic Light Scattering Spectroscopy.- Quasielastic Light Scattering Spectroscopic Studies of Aqueous Bile Salt, Bile Salt-Lecithin and Bile Salt-Lecithin-Cholesterol Solutions.- Quasielastic Laser Spectrometry Studies of Pure Bile Salt and Bile Salt-Mixed Lipid Micellar Systems.- Discussion.- III. Micelles in Nonaqueous Media.- Micelles in Apolar Media.- Aggregation of Surfactants in Hydrocarbons. Incompatibility of the Critical Micelle Concentration Concept with Experimental Data.- Mixed Non-Ionic Detergent Systems in Aqueous and Non-Aqueous Solvents.- Calorimetric Studies of the Micelle Formation in Solutions of Sodium Octanoate and Water in Aliphatic Alcohols.- Discussion.- Concluding Remarks.- About the Contributors.

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Titre: Micellization, Solubilization, and Microemulsions
Éditeur:
Code EAN: 9781468423488
ISBN: 978-1-4684-2348-8
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Chimie
nombre de pages: 487
Poids: 914g
Taille: H26mm x B246mm x T171mm
Année: 2012
Auflage: 1977

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