Surfactants in Solution (häftad)
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1986 ed.
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Botherel, P. (ed.), Mittal, K. L. (ed.)
23 Illustrations, black and white; XX, 588 p. 23 illus.
Volume 5
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Surfactants in Solution (häftad)

Surfactants in Solution

Volume 5

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This and its companion Volumes 4 and 6 document the proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Surfactants in Solution held in Bordeaux, France, July 9-13, 1984. This symposium was the continuation of the series of symposia initiated in 1976 in Albany, New York under the title "Micellization, Solubilization and Microemulsions". The next two symposia were labelled "Solution Chemistry of Surfactants" and "Solution Behavior of Surfactants: Theoretical and Applied Aspects" held in Knoxville, TN in 1978 and Potsdam, N. Y. in 1980, respectively. In 1982 at the time of the 4th Symposium in this series, it became amply evident that there was a definite need to have more a generic title to describe these biennial events, and after much deliberation it was decided that an appropriate title would be "Surfactants in Solution" as both the aggregation and adsorption aspects of surfactants were addressed. So the 4th Symposium was held in 1982 in Lund, Sweden, under this new rubric, and it was decided to continue these symposia in the future under this appellation. Naturally, the Bordeaux Symposium was dubbed as the 5th International Symposium on Surfactants in Solution, and our logo became SIS which is very apropos and appealing. It was in Bordeaux that the decision was made to hold the 6th SIS Symposium in New Delhi and it is scheduled for August 18-22, 1986 in the capital of India.
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of Volume 5.- Spectroscopic Evidence for a Unified Mechanism of Aggregation of Surfactant Molecules in Apolar Media.- Reverse Micelles as Membrane Mimetic Agent - A Study of Cholesterol Solubilization in Water - Aerosol OT - Isooctane System.- Amphiphilicity of Aerosol OT in Nonpolar Solvents.- Charged Micelles in Surfactant-Water-Nonaqueous Liquid Systems.- Field Dissociation Effect of Aerosol OT in Cyclohexane.- Micellar Charge Effects Upon Spontaneous Nucleophilic Additions and Substitutions.- Reaction Rate Control By Salt Effects in Micellar Catalysis.- Effects of Reversed Micelles on Prototropic Interactions and Fluorescence Behavior of 5-Aminothiabendazole: A Model Bioaggregates System for Drugs.- Micellar Effects on the Back Reaction Following Photochemical Electron Transfer From a Water Soluble Porphyrin to Mono and Dialkylviologens.- Photoelectron Transfer in Reverse Micelles: Chlorophyll Used as a Sensitizer.- Hydrated Electron in Reverse Micelles Used as a Structural Probe.- Hydrogenation Activity of Colloidal Cobalt Boride Particles Synthesized in the CTAB-1-Hexanol-Water Reversed Micellar Systems.- Spectrophotometric Studies on Some Dye-Surfactant Complexes.- Syntheses, Aggregate Morphologies, and Applications of Membrane-Forming Amphiphiles.- Structure of Liposomes by Electron Microscopy.- On the Interaction of Triton X-100 With Multilamellar Phosphatidylcholine Liposomes.- Fluorescence Decay of Pyrene Probes in Small Unilamellar L, ?-Dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine Vesicles Above the Phase Transition Temperature.- Polymorphism and Phase Diagrams of Saturated Phosphatidylethanolamines.- N-Acylaminoacids: Amphiphilic Properties and Interactions with the Lipid Bilayers.- Physical Studies of Dilute Bile Salt-Lecithin Mixtures.- Interactions Between Steroidal Surfactants and Human Milk Lipase.- Micellar Structure in Intestinal Bulk - Relations with Mucosal Uptake.- The Effect of Long and Short Range Forces in Amphiphilic Monolayers at the LE-LC Transition.- Binding of Detergents by Membrane Proteins.- Interaction Between Ionic Detergents and A Protein.- Lipid-Protein Interactions: A Reinvestigation of Melittin Induced Effects on the Structure and Dynamics of Phosphatidylcholines.- The Action of Melittin on Biological Model Membranes as Viewed by 2H-NMR.- Deuterium NMR of Biological Membranes: Interactions of Polyene Antibiotics With Cholesterol.- Binding of Short Synthetic Peptides at the Phospholipid Interface.- Micellar Systems for Defining the Active Site of Phospholipase-A2: Methyl Branching in Short-Chain Lecithins.- Short-Chain Lecithin/Triglyceride Mixed Particles: Physical Studies of the Surface Accessibility of Triglyceride and Correlation with Lipase Kinetics.- The Effect of Cysteamine, A Divalent-Like Molecule, on Polar Head Groups in DPPC Model Membranes; A Spin Label, DSC and Turbidimetry Study.- Phase Transitions and Phase Separations Induced by Cationic Polypeptides in Dipalmitoylphosphatidylglycerol Bilayers: A Fluorescence Polarization Study.- Self-Assembling Monolayers: A Study of Their Formation, Composition and Structure.- On the Mechanism of Formation of Tridimensional Phases From Monolayers at the Water-Air Interface.- Theory of Stabilization of Amphiphilic Films Due To Surface Interaction Induced Order.- Surface Diffusion in Fatty Acid Monolayers.- The Structure of Monolayers and Multilayers of Cyanine Dyes Mixed with Stearic Acid.- The Interfacial Behavior of Proteins in Relation to Their Structural Properties.- Mutual Adsorption of Serum Albumin and Long-Chain Cationic Surfactants at the Alumina-Water Interface.- The Effects of Polyoxyethylene Chain Length Distribution on the Interface Properties of Polyoxyethylenated n-Dodecyl Alcohols.- Surface Interactions Between Two Simultaneously Adsorbing Surfactants: Mixtures of Anionic and Cationic Surface Active Agents.- Solution Chemistry Studies and Flotation Behaviour in Hydrolyzable Surfactant Systems.- Interfacial Adsorption of Surfactants in th