Preface - This single-volume compendium fulfills the demand for a compact version of the widely acclaimed Encyclopedia of Surfactants and contains over 12,000 entries.
Author: Michael Ash
Preface - This single-volume compendium fulfills the demand for a compact version of the widely acclaimed Encyclopedia of Surfactants and contains over 12,000 entries. The surfactant products included have been compiled with. the cooperation of the major national and international surfactant manufacturers. The first section of this reference is a Trademark Dictionary that contains short entries for all tradename surfactants that appear in Volumes I-IV of the Encyclopedia plus all the new surfactant products that have become available since the publication of this set. Each tradename entry is followed by a number in brackets which refers to the manufacturer that is listed in Part III of this encyclopedia. What makes this reference unique and especially useful for anyone doing chemical research is the addition of the Chemical Component-to-Tradename Cross Reference section. This provides the user with the capability of finding tradename surfactant products that contain specific chemical compounds. For example, by locating alphabetically the chemical ammonium lauryl sulfate, the user is able to retrieve a list of all the tradename products that contain that chemical. The user can then refer back to the frrst section for detailed descriptions of the specific tradename products listed here. This section also includes the chemical compound synonyms for the surfactant components which are cross referenced in most cases to the alternate chemical names that contain the tradename product listings. Primary chemical component references are made to the CTFA (Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association) adopted names where possible. For many chemical entries the Chemical Abstract Service Registry Numbers (CAS) are given. This number ensures the unique identification of a chemical regardless of its multiplicity of synonyms. RD (Recognized Disclosure) reference numbers are included in some cases either in addition to the CAS number or because no CAS number has been assigned as yet. The third section presents the names and addresses of the manufacturers of all of the products included in this compendium with their associated tradenames.
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Author: Nico M. van Os
Discusses the laboratory and industrial synthesis of nonionic surfactants. Furnishes exhaustive coverage of the most recent advances in nonionic surfactant organic chemistry. Analyzes a novel class of catalysts for the production of surfactants with highly narrow distributions.
ASH, M.; ASH, I. The Condensed Encyclopedia of Surfactants Edward Arnold, London (1989). BALLENTYNE, D.W.G; LOVETT, D.E. A Dictionary of Named Effects and Laws: In Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics, 4th ed.
Author: François Cardarelli
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Technology & Engineering
This unique and practical book provides quick and easy access to data on the physical and chemical properties of all classes of materials. The second edition has been much expanded to include whole new families of materials while many of the existing families are broadened and refined with new material and up-to-date information. Particular emphasis is placed on the properties of common industrial materials in each class. Detailed appendices provide additional information, and careful indexing and a tabular format make the data quickly accessible. This book is an essential tool for any practitioner or academic working in materials or in engineering.
Some soluble polymeric surfactants are believed to destabilize foam by entering the surface as a soluble surfaceactive species and ... Ash , M .; Ash , I. The Condensed Encyclopedia of Surfactants ; Chemical : New York , 1989 ; p 353 .
Author: Joseph C. Salamone
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
Concise Polymeric Materials Encyclopedia culls the most used, widely applicable articles from the Polymeric Materials Encyclopedia - more than 1,100 - and presents them to you in a condensed, well-ordered format. Featuring contributions from more than 1,800 scientists from all over the world, the book discusses a vast array of subjects related to the: synthesis, properties, and applications of polymeric materials development of modern catalysts in preparing new or modified polymers modification of existing polymers by chemical and physical processes biologically oriented polymers This comprehensive, easy-to-use resource on modern polymeric materials serves as an invaluable addition to reference collections in the polymer field.
[ 22 ] It should be noted that even a shorter fluorocarbon chain compound yields a phase transition to a condensed film at a lower surface pressure compared to the hydrocarbon chain surfactants . This may be due to the stronger van der ...
Abbreviations are used extensively in the condensed encyclopedia , but not nearly as much in the four - volume set . ... for all tradename surfactants that appear in the fourvolume encyclopedia plus all the new surfactant products that ...
F. Surfactant Association and Enhanced Stability to Coalescence It has long been known that mixed surfactants can have ... The implication is that those combinations which form a closely packed condensed film , such as cetyl sulfate and ...
Author: Daniel Schuster
Publisher: CRC Press
"Volume 4 of the Encyclopedia of Emulsion Technology completes this unique and compact 4-volume work by extending the discussion of basic theory and applications featured in Volumes 1-3. More importantly, this volume presents the latest developments on new applications in emulsion technology--introducing scientists and engineers to the most recent concepts. "
Brian W. Eggiman Hugh W. Hillhouse Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, U.S.A. INTRODUCTION condensed silica species and surfactant molecules into a liquid crystalline-like mesostructure, as shown in Fig. 1.
Author: Sunggyu Lee
Publisher: CRC Press
This second edition Encyclopedia supplies nearly 350 gold standard articles on the methods, practices, products, and standards influencing the chemical industries. It offers expertly written articles on technologies at the forefront of the field to maximize and enhance the research and production phases of current and emerging chemical manufacturing practices and techniques. This collecting of information is of vital interest to chemical, polymer, electrical, mechanical, and civil engineers, as well as chemists and chemical researchers. A complete reconceptualization of the classic reference series the Encyclopedia of Chemical Processing and Design, whose first volume published in 1976, this resource offers extensive A-Z treatment of the subject in five simultaneously published volumes, with comprehensive indexing of all five volumes in the back matter of each tome. It includes material on the design of key unit operations involved with chemical processes; the design, unit operation, and integration of reactors and separation systems; process system peripherals such as pumps, valves, and controllers; analytical techniques and equipment; and pilot plant design and scale-up criteria. This reference contains well-researched sections on automation, equipment, design and simulation, reliability and maintenance, separations technologies, and energy and environmental issues. Authoritative contributions cover chemical processing equipment, engineered systems, and laboratory apparatus currently utilized in the field. It also presents expert overviews on key engineering science topics in property predictions, measurements and analysis, novel materials and devices, and emerging chemical fields. ALSO AVAILABLE ONLINE This Taylor & Francis encyclopedia is also available through online subscription, offering a variety of extra benefits for both researchers, students, and librarians, including: Citation tracking and alerts Active reference linking Saved searches and marked lists HTML and PDF format options Contact Taylor and Francis for more information or to inquire about subscription options and print/online combination packages. US: (Tel) 1.888.318.2367; (E-mail) [email protected] International: (Tel) +44 (0) 20 7017 6062; (E-mail) [email protected]
At low concentration of anionic surfactants, ΔH◦s and TΔS◦ s become positive and ΔH◦s > TΔS◦s. At low concentrations, these surfactants hinder micelle formation, and the overall system is in a disordered state. 2.
Author: Hiroyuki Ohshima
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This encyclopedia uniquely concentrates on biocolloids and biointerfaces rather than the broader field of colloid and interface science. Biocolloids and biointerfaces are the youngest but increasingly prominent studied area of colloid and interface science, and this encyclopedia uses "soft particles" and "soft interface" as surface models in observing phenomena in biological systems. Provides a detailed description of the fundamental theories, dealing with the physicochemical and theoretical aspects of biocolloid and biointerface science Offers a detailed description of soft interfaces or surfaces Includes detailed description of applications of fundamental biocolloid and biointerface theories to nano-, bio, and environmental sciences A useful and timely resource for researchers and graduates in the field of biocolloid and biointerface science, as well as engineers in the field of nanotechnology, bioscience, and environmental science.
Surfactants , Part I : Fundamentals For example , micellar structures commonly transition from spherical to cylindrical to planar to reverse micelles as the tail group length decreases , branching of the tail group increases , diameter ...
Author: J. L. Atwood
Publisher: CRC Press
Covers the fundamentals of supramolecular chemistry; supramolecular advancements and methods in the areas of chemistry, biochemistry, biology, environmental and materials science and engineering, physics, computer science, and applied mathematics.