By Dinesh O. Shah
content material: creation to macro- and microemulsions / M.K. Sharma and D.O. Shah --
Onset of chaos within the constitution of microemulsions / E. Ruckenstein --
balance of premicellar aggregates in water-in-oil microemulsion structures / Stig E. Friberg, Tony D. Flaim, and Patricia L.M. Plummer --
Viscoelastic detergent suggestions from rodlike micelles / H. Hoffmann, H. Rehage, okay. Reizlein, and H. Thurn --
Enthalpy of micelle formation of combined sodium dodecyl sulfate and sodium deoxycholate structures in aqueous media / K.S. Birdi --
function of the fluidity of the interfacial quarter in water-in-oil microemulsions / A.M. Cazabat, D. Langevin, J. Meunier, O. Abillon, and D. Chatenay --
impression of chain size compatibility on monolayers, foams, and macro- and microemulsions / M.K. Sharma, S.Y. Shiao, V.K. Bansal, and D.O. Shah --
section diagrams and interactions in oil-rich microemulsions / D. Roux and A.M. Bellocq --
serious issues in microemulsions : function of van der Waals and entropic forces / D. Chatenay, O. Abillon, J. Meunier, D. Langevin, and A.M. Cazabat --
Thermal and dielectric habit of unfastened and interfacial water in water-in-oil microemulsions / D. Senatra, G.G.T. Guarini, G. Gabrielli, and M. Zoppi --
Macro- and microemulsions in more advantageous oil restoration / M.K. Sharma and D.O. Shah --
function of the center section in emulsions / F.M. Fowkes, J.O. Carnali, and J.A. Sohara --
Structural issues of lamellar liquid crystals containing huge amounts of solubilized hydrocarbon alkanes / Anthony J.I. Ward, Stig E. Friberg, and David W. Larsen --
Use of videomicroscopy in diffusion reports of oil-water-surfactant platforms / Kirk H. Raney, William J. Benton, and Clarence A. Miller --
results of polymers, electrolytes, and pH on microemulsion part habit / S. Qutubuddin, C.A. Miller, W.J. Benton, and T. castle, Jr. --
effect of temperature at the buildings of inverse nonionic micelles and microemulsions / J.C. Ravey and M. Buzier --
Sulfones as unconventional cosurfactants in microemulsions / Reginald P. Seiders --
shipping houses of oil-in-water microemulsions / Kenneth R. Foster, Erik Cheever, Jonathan B. Leonard, Frank D. Blum, and Raymond A. Mackay --
Micellar constitution and equilibria in aqueous microemulsions of methyl methacrylate / J.O. Carnali and F.M. Fowkes --
Photochemical reactions in microemulsions and allied platforms / S. Atik, J. Kuczynski, B.H. Milosavljevic, ok. Chandrasekaran, and J.K. Thomas --
response kinetics as a explore for the dynamic constitution of microemulsions / R. Leung, M.J. Hou, C. Manohar, D.O. Shah, and P.W. Chun --
Interfacial phenomena of miniemulsions / C.D. Lack, M.S. El-Aasser, J.W. Vanderhoff, and F.M. Fowkes --
balance and stabilization of water-in-oil-in-water a number of emulsions / Alexander T. Florence and Douglas Whitehill --
Emulsion breaking in electric fields / A. Kriechbaumer and R. Marr --
Stabilization of xylene in sulfapyridine-stabilized water emulsion : review and position of van der Waals and Coulombic forces / V.K. Sharma and S.N. Srivastava --
Formation and balance of water-in-oil-in-water emulsions / Sachio Matsumoto --
Use of macroemulsions in mineral beneficiation / Brij M. Moudgil --
Kinetics of xylene coagulation in water emulsion stabilized through phthalylsulfathiazole / S. Raghav and S.N. Srivastava --
Colloidal balance : comparability of sedimentation with sedimentation flocculation / D.H. Melik and H.S. Fogler --
Rheology of focused viscous crude oil-in-water emulsions / Yein Ming Lee, Sylvan G. Frank, and Jacques L. Zakin.
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Cos 6 (4) G" = ( p / Y ) . s i n δ (5) 21 2l Here ρ«^ means the amplitude of the shear stress, φ the amplitude of the deformation and 6 the phase angle between stress and s t r a i n . It is convenient to express the p e r i o d i c a l l y varying functions as a complex quantity which is termed the complex v i s c o s i t y Iη*I. This quantity may be calculated by the expression Ιη*Ι = /(G 12 2 + G" )/ω (6) It can be shown that for most d i l u t e solutions there exists a simple c o r r e l a t i o n between dynamic and steady state flow c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s (16).
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In addition, a t a r e l a t i v e l y low amount of alcohol, the t r a n s i t i o n from s p h e r i c a l globules to a chaotic structure occurs. An increase in the amount of a l c o h o l could thus progressively increase both the compatib i l i t i y o f the oil with water as w e l l as the l a b i l i t y o f the i n t e r f a c e of the macroscopic dispersion u n t i l a molecular dispersion o f oil, water, surfactant and cosurfactant is achieved. T h i s work was supported by the National Science Foundation.