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Emulsions and Emulsion Stability, Second Edition provides comprehensive coverage of both theoretical and practical aspects of emulsions. The book presents fundamental concepts and processes in emulsified systems, such as flocculation, coalescence, stability, precipitation, deposition, and the evolution of droplet size distribution. The book explains how to predict emulsion stability and. I always found surfactant science hard, and regularly skipped over stuff I thought was useless or irrelevant. My aim in this book is to give you the science you really must know, and give it in the easiest-possible manner. That means a book/app hybrid. Every key equation in the book is linked to an app that brings the equation to life. Surfactant science series by Marcel Dekker Inc., unknown edition, Share this book. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. Embed. Edit. Last edited by WorkBot. Decem | History. An edition of Surfactant science series. Surfactant science series. by Marcel Dekker Inc. 0 . Handbook of Detergents, Part A - Properties (Surfactant Science Series) Guy Broze (Editor) Part A of this handbook describes the raw materials and potential interactions of detergent products before, during and after use, focusing on the development and mechanisms of action of cleaning components.
Anionic Surfactants Part 2 (Surfactant Science Series, 7) by n and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Nonionic Surfactants: Physical Chemistry (Surfactant Science Series Vol. 23). M.J. Schick, ed., Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York and Basel, , pp. xv + , $ Surfactant Science: Principles and Practice A free eBook linked to the apps in Practical Surfactants And, by popular request, for those who prefer to sit down and read a real hardback book, you can purchase a copy from DEStech Publications. Everything I've learned whilst developing Practical Surfactants and formulating in the real world is brought together in my book Surfactant Science. (). A review of: “Nonionic Surfactants, Polyoxyalkylene Block Copolymers”, V. M. Nace, Ed, (Surfactant Science Series Volume 60), Marcel Dekker, NY,
New surfactant molecules are unremittingly appearing on account of the large research work aimed at increasing the performance of surfactant formulations and providing new properties to surfaces. Surfactant science is a technologically important domain, which has won maturity, so that there is a huge variety of available molecules on the market. Part A of this handbook describes the raw materials and potential interactions of detergent products before, during and after use, focusing on the development and mechanisms of action of cleaning components. The text presents the basic physiochemical concepts necessary to formulate new, safer and more effective detergent products/5(4). Surfactants are molecules that lower surface tension of liquids. (The word is an abbreviation of surface active agent.) The most common surfactant molecules have one end that is water-soluble (hydrophilic) and the other end water insoluble (hydrophobic) (see Fig. ).As the word implies, the hydrophilic end is strongly attracted to water while the hydrophobic has very little attraction to. Nonionic Surfactants (Surfactant Science Series, Volume 1) by SCHICK, MARTIN J., Editor and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at