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Interactions of surfactants with polymers and proteins

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polymer solutions.,
  • Surface active agents.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementeditors, E.D. Goddard, K.P. Ananthapadmanabhan.
    ContributionsGoddard, E. D. 1926-, Ananthapadmanabhan, Kavssery P., 1952-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD381.9.S65 P65 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination427 p. :
    Number of Pages427
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1723553M
    ISBN 100849367840
    LC Control Number92027127

      Particular attention is paid to the solution behaviour of surfactants and polymers containing polyoxyethylene chains. Surface active polymers are presented and their interaction with surfactants is a core topic of the book. Protein-surfactant interaction is also important and a new chapter deals with this issue.4/5(3). Salt influence in the polymer-surfactant interaction in solution. A fluorescence probe investigation of the EHEC/SDS/ water system. Colloid & Polymer Science , (9), DOI: /s Raoul Zana. Micellization of amphiphiles: selected by:

    "Interactions of Surfactants with Polymers and Proteins covers work done in this area over the last 30 years and examines in detail the physico-chemical, microstructural, and applications aspects of interactions of surfactants with polymers and proteins in bulk surfaces and at interfaces. surfactants and biopolymers in bulk solutions and at solid/aqueous liquid interface. In order to do this, the interactions between surfactants and biopolymers were investigated with a variety of experimental techniques. The main focus has been on the interactions between fluorosurfactants and proteins, which are.

    Surface active polymers are presented and their interaction with surfactants is a core topic of the n--surfactant interaction is also important and a new chapter deals with this issue. Microemulsions are treated in depth and several important application such as detergency and their use as media for chemical reactions are presented/5(2). Particular attention is paid to the solution behaviour of surfactants and polymers containing polyoxyethylene chains. Surface active polymers are presented and their interaction with surfactants is a core topic of the book. Protein-surfactant interaction is also important and a .


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Interactions of Surfactants with Polymers and Proteins covers work done in this area over the last 30 years and examines in detail the physico-chemical, microstructural, and applications aspects of interactions of surfactants with polymers and proteins in bulk surfaces and at interfaces. The physical chemistry of individual components (surfactants, polymers, and proteins) is discussed, and Cited by: Book Description.

Interactions of Surfactants with Polymers and Proteins covers work done in this area over the last 30 years and examines in detail the physico-chemical, microstructural, and applications aspects of interactions of surfactants with polymers and proteins in bulk surfaces and at interfaces.

This chapter describes Polymer-Surfactant reaction in systems comprising an uncharged water-soluble polymer and a charged synthetic surfactant. Jones illustrated the elegant simplicity of the surface tension method when applied to a mixture of a highly surface-active species, the surfactant, and a feebly surface-active species, the by: Interactions of Surfactants with Polymers and Proteins covers work done in this area over the last 30 years and examines in detail the physico-chemical, microstructural, and applications aspects of interactions of surfactants with polymers and proteins in bulk surfaces and at interfaces.

The physical chemistry of individual components (surfactants, polymers, and proteins) is discussed, and extensive. Interactions of Surfactants with Polymers and Proteins. d and K.P. Ananthapadmanabhan (eds.), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL,pp.

$Cited by: As to the dynamic processes associated with the interactions of surfactants with polymers, or exchange processes from the bulk to the polymer binding sites, relevant information was obtained by 19 F NMR, ultrasonic relaxation, proton and deuterium NMR relaxation, and, more recently, dielectric relaxation methods.

The systems were quite different from each other in type of polymer involved Cited by: Abstract. The phase behavior and some physicochemical properties of homopolymers (HP) and hydrophobically modified (HMP) polymers, as well as of polyelectrolytes (PE) and proteins (PR), in the presence of aqueous surfactants, or their mixtures, are discussed.

Mixing the above components gives rise to the formation of organized phases, whose properties are controlled by polymer and/or surfactant. The phase behavior of polymer–surfactant, PSS, or pro- tein–surfactant, PrSS, systems and the interactions observed in such mixtures (indicated, in the following, as PSI and.

The field of polymer/surfactant interaction is reviewed in this work. Results from two investigative methods,viz., dialysis and surface tension, are discussed, illustrating the main behavioral patterns and outlining the principles of the interactions.

Next, aspects of the interaction phenomena that appear to have relevance to detergent formulation are by: Abstract. To retain biological activity, proteins generally must be maintained in a specific, three-dimensional conformation.

This conformation is only marginally stable, and thus relatively minor perturbing forces can disrupt protein structure, causing loss of biological activity, as well as formation of non-native protein by: Polymer–surfactant and protein–surfactant interactions. The interaction between flexible polymers chains and surfactants is mediated by smaller stress tensions than for proteins or rigid polymer chains, which allows flexible chains to wrap around.

Interaction of DNA with surfactants and cationic polymers. Interactions of histones with DNA. DNA-DNA interactions. The hydration of DNA-amphiphile complexes. DNA-surfactant/lipid complexes at liquid interfaces. DNA and DNA-surfactant complexes at solid surfaces.

The role of correlation forces for DNA-cosolute interactions. Simulations of polyionsPrice: $ This book is unique in that it discusses the solution chemistry of both surfactants and polymers and also the interactions between the two.

The book, which is based on successful courses given by the authors sinceis a revised and extended version of the first edition that became a market success with six reprints since Author: E. Desmond Goddard; Publisher: CRC Press ISBN: Category: Technology & Engineering Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Interactions of Surfactants with Polymers and Proteins covers work done in this area over the last 30 years and examines in detail the physico-chemical, microstructural, and applications aspects of interactions of surfactants with polymers and proteins.

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Erlend Hoff, Bo Nyström, and, Björn Lindman. Polymer−Surfactant Interactions in Dilute Mixtures of a Nonionic Cellulose Derivative and an Anionic by: polymer-surfactant solutions with or without the presence of additional components like electrolytes and oil [26,27].

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Polyelectrolytes are an important class of polymeric materials and are increasingly used in complex industrial formulations.

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Goddard, K. P. Ananthapadmanabhan.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Surfactant solutions: adsorption and aggregation properties / K.P.

Ananthapadmanabhan --Fundamentals of polymer solutions / Matthew Tirrell --Uncharged water-soluble polymers and charged surfactant ; Polymer and surfactant of opposite charge / E.D. Goddard --Polymer-surfactant.