Surface Chemistry presents the proceedings of the Second Scandinavian Symposium on Surface Activity, held in Stockholm, Sweden on November 18–19, 1964. This book discusses the important applications of surface chemistry in many problems of both fundamental and applied research.
Organized into 25 chapters, this compilation of papers begins with an overview of the adsorption of mixed collector systems onto minerals chosen for their different surface energies. This text then describes the bonding of amine to the reactive residual matter on the mineral surface. Other chapters consider the solubilities of some 30 hormonal steroids in aqueous solutions of three association colloids of various types. This book discusses as well the relationships between chemical structure and biological degradation of surfactants. The final chapter deals with several properties of aqueous emulsions and of foam, which are determined by the stability of thin aqueous films against rupture.
This book is a valuable resource for chemists.
Oppositely Charged Mixed Collectors in Flotation.
Chemisorption of Collectors.
Bonding of Amines to Silicates.
A Study of the Contact Angles of Water on Solid Surfaces of Rosin Acids of the Abietic and Pimaric Series and Technical Rosin Acids.
Mineral Surface and Water Phase.
Some Aspects on the Physics of Frost Heave in Mineral Soils.
Some Geopractical Effects of Variable Particle Surface Constitution in Mineral Soils.
The Contribution of Kinetic Studies to the Theory and Practice of Detergency.
The Choice of Surfactants for Different Purposes.
Cloud Points of Long Chain Ethylene Oxide Condensates above 100° C.
Micelle Formation in the Presence of Dissolved Macromolecules.
A Potentiometric Study of Association in Sodium Caproate Solutions.
NMR-Studies of the Solubilisation of Aromatic Compounds in Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide Solution.
Ordered Chain Models for Liquid-Crystalline and Micellar Systems.
Phase Equilibria in Aqueous Three-Component Systems of Amphilic Substances.
Investigations on the Solubilisation of Hormonal Steroids.
The Behaviour of Micellar Solution During Gel Filtration.
The Effect of Different Hydrocarbons on the Formation of Microemulsions.
The Micellar Structure of Bile Salt Solutions.
Biological Degradation of Surfactants.
Surface Chemistry in Lubrication.
Adhesion—A Fundamental Force.
The Relation Between Polymorphism in "Two-Dimensional" Monomolecular Films on Water to Polymorphism in the Three-Dimensional State.
Surface Dilational Properties.
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- 1st January 1965
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