Colloid and Interface Science V2 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780124045026, 9780323147941

Colloid and Interface Science V2

1st Edition

Aerosols, Emulsions, And Surfactants

Editors: Milton Kerker
eBook ISBN: 9780323147941
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1976
Page Count: 502
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Colloid and Interface Science, Vol. II: Aerosols, Emulsions, and Surfactants presents papers from the International Conference on Colloids and Surfaces held in San Juan, Puerto Rico on June 21-25, 1976. The book discusses topics on aerosols, emulsions, and surfactants. The text includes papers on the evaluation of the classical theory of nucleation using expansion chamber measurements of the homogeneous nucleation rate of water from the vapor; and the effect of friction-reducing substances on the droplet size distribution from spray nozzles. The rotational relaxation of the Brownian motion; the calculations of unipolar aerosol charging; and the electrochemical measurements in nonionic microemulsions are also encompassed. The book further discusses the structure of microemulsions containing nonionic surfactants; the interactions of surfactants with proteins; and the solubilization of vitamin K and folic acid by micelle-forming surfactants.

Table of Contents

List of Contributors


Evaluation of the Classical Theory of Nucleation Using Expansion Chamber Measurements of the Homogeneous Nucleation Rate of Water from the Vapor

Homogeneous Nucleation of Ice in Water as a Function of Pressure: A Test of Classical Nucleation Theory

Anisotropie Crystal Growth by Nucleation of Crystalline Embryos at Ice-Vapor Interfaces

Models for Water and Ice Clusters on Simple Surfaces

The Effect of Friction Reducing Substances on the Droplet Size Distribution from Spray Nozzles

On the Mechanism of Dropwise Condensation

On the Similarity between Boiling and Condensation

The Absorption of Sulfur Dioxide By Water Droplets during Condensation

Brownian Coagulation in the Transition and Near Free Molecule Regime

Simultaneous Convective Diffusion and Coagulation of Aerosols and Hydrosols

Rotational Relaxation of the Brownian Motion

Aerosol Particle Size and Shape Measurements through Asymmetric Light Scattering

Approximation for the Absorption Coefficient of Atmospheric Aerosol Particles in Terms of Measurable Bulk Properties

The Effect of Aerosols and Clouds on Radiative Transfer Problems in the Atmosphere

Chemical Composition of Atmospheric Aerosol Pollutants by High Resolution X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry

Sulfate Aerosol Formation under Conditions of Variable Light Intensity

Effect of Gas Composition on the Collection Efficiency of Model Grid and Nuclepore Filters

Calculations of Unipolar Aerosol Charging

Computerized Treatment of Hanai's Formula, and Its Application to the Study of the Dielectric Behavior of Emulsions

Dielectric Study of Water-in-Hexadecane Microemulsions. A Preliminary Report

The Stability of Microemulsion Systems

Relation of Stability of O/W Emulsion to Interfacial Tension and HLB of Emulsifier

The Stability of Fluorocarbon Emulsions—The Effect of the Chemical Nature of the Oil Phase

Electrochemical Measurements in Nonionic Microemulsions

Role of Ions in Heteromolecular Nucleation

Electrical Dispersion of Liquids from Capillary Tips-A Review

The Condensation of Metallic Vapors

A Study of the Growth of Ammonium Bisulfate Aerosols by Water-Vapor Condensation

A Study of Droplet Evaporation Retardation

Brownian Coagulation in the Transition Regime

Surface Chemical Aspects of Electrostatic Precipitation of Flyash

Dynamic Aspects of W/O Microemulsions

A Laboratory Study on the Correlation of Interfacial Charge with Various Interfacial Properties in Relation to Oil Recovery Efficiency during Water Flooding

The Structure of Microemulsions Containing Nonionic Surfactants

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies on Motion and Structure of Nonionic Surfactant Micelles and Mixed Micelles with Phospholipids

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies on Hydration and Interactions of Counterions in Some Colloid Systems

The Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectra and Molecular Conformations of Sodium N-Acyl Sarcosinates in Aqueous Solution (Part II)

Surfactant Effectiveness in Concentrated Salt Solutions

The Non-Aqueous Micellar Catalysis of the Decomposition of Benzyl Chloroformate

Size, Shape and Size Distribution of Micelles in Aqueous Solutions of Short-Chain Lecithin Homologues

Enthalpies of Lyotropic Liquid Crystalline Phases 1. Lamellar and Hexagonal Phases in the System N-Pentanol-Sodium N-Octanoate-Water

The Critical Micelle Concentrations of Mixtures of Lithium Perfluorooctane Sulfonate and Lithium Dodecane Sulfate in Aqueous Solutions

Effects of Polyoxyethylene Chain Length upon Mixed Surfactant Solutions

Hydrophilic-Hydrophobic Properties of Long-Chain Ionic Surfactants

Interactions of Surfactants with Proteins 1. Microcalorimetry and Foaming

Stability and Instability of Surfactant Systems

Kinetics and Mechanism of Proton Exchange of Dodecylammonium Chloride Micelles

A Study of Micelles and Poly electrolytes as Interacting Species with Bisulfite

The Effect of Alcohols on the Lamellar to Spherical Structural Transition in the Aqueous Aerosol OT System

Electrolyte Effects on Nonionic Surfactants

Solubilization of Vitamin K and Folic Acid by Micelle Forming Surfactants

How Petroleum Oils Become Solubilized in Water

Phase Behavior of the C20 E4 -Water and C20 E4- Hexadecane-Water Systems

Electric Field Jump Investigation of the Cetylpyridinium Iodide Micelle System


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About the Editor

Milton Kerker