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- Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1977
- Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Mittal, K. L. (ed.)
- XVI, 460 p.
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Micellization, Solubilization, and Microemulsions
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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.This volume and its companion Volume 1 chronicle the proceed ings of the International Symposium on Micellization, Solubiliza tion, and tficroemulsions 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 Sl papers (three papers are not included for certain reasons) and are divided into seven parts. The first three parts are embodied in Volume I 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 Micellizationy Solubilization and Microemulsions.
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of Volume 2.- IV: Reactions in Micelles and Micellar Catalysis in Aqueous Media.- The Kinetic Theory and the Mechanisms of Micellar Effects on Chemical Reactions.- A General Kinetic Theory of Rate Enhancements for Reactions between Organic Substrates and Hydrophilic Ions in Micellar Systems.- Laser Photolysis Studies of Photo Redox Processes in Micellar Solutions.- Radiation-Induced Redox Reactions in Micellar Solutions.- Radiation-Induced Processes in Nonionic Micelles.- Radiation-Induced Peroxidation in Fatty Acid Soap Micelles.- Bifunctional Micellar Catalysis.- The Use of Phase Transfer Catalysts with Emulsion and Micelle Systems in Electro-Organic Synthesis.- The Catalytic Role of Micelle-Bisulfite Complexation in Vinyl Polymerization.- Discussion.- V: Reactions in Micelles and Micellar Catalysis in Nonaqueous Media.- Some Kinetic Studies in the Reversed Micellar System-Aerosol OT (Diisooctyl Sulfosuccinate)/H20/Heptane Solution.- Catalysis by Cations in Cores of Non-Aqueous Micelles.- Solubilization and Catalysis of Polar Substances in Nonaqueous Surfactant Solutions.- Ligand Exchange Reactions of Hemin and Vitamin B12a in the Presence of Surfactants in Water and in Nonpolar Solvents.- Discussion.- VI: Microemulsions.- Theory for the Phase Behavior of Microemulsions.- Stability, Phase Equilibria, and Interfacial Free Energy in Microemulsions.- Light Scattering of a Concentrated W/O Micro Emulsion; Application of Modern Fluid Theories.- Microemulsions Containing Ionic Surfactants.- Interactions and Reactions in Microemulsions.- Discussion.- VII. General Papers.- Mixed Micelles of Methyl Orange Dye and Cationic Surfactants.- Anionic Surfactant Complexes with Charged and Uncharged Cellulose Ethers.- Proposal for a New Theory of Molecular Transport across Membranes: Implications for Lung Gas Transference.- Interfacial Tension Minima in Two-Phase Micellar Systems.- Equilibrium Bicontinuous Structures.- Intramacromolecular Micelles.- Solubilization by Nonionic Surfactants in the HLB-Temperature Range.- The Effect of Lysoplasmalogen on Some Physical Properties of Dipalmitoyllecithin Bilayers: A Fluorescent Probe Study.- Concluding Remarks.- About the Contributors.