4 edition of Systematic analysis of surface-active agents found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Milton J. Rosen and Henry A. Goldsmith.|
|Series||Chemical analysis,, v. 12|
|Contributions||Goldsmith, Henry A., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QD271 .R68 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 591 p.|
|Number of Pages||591|
|LC Control Number||78173678|
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Rosen and H. Goldsmith. Interscience, New York–London, xvii + pp. $ New York-London, xvii + pp. $ As the preface states, the text, Systematic Analysis f l l a need which has long existed for a comprehensive treatise on the analysis of surface-active agents.â The authors have attempted to classify all the existing Systematic analysis of surface-active agents book on the analysis of surfaceactive agents into sections such as Detection, Isolation and Estimation ; Qualitative Analysis.
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This site is like a library, Use search box. Catherine N. Mulligan, in Thermodynamics, Solubility and Environmental Issues, 1 INTRODUCTION. Surface active agents (surfactants) are amphiphilic compounds with two opposing portions, one part is hydrophilic and the other is hydrophobic .They reduce the free energy of the system by replacing the bulk molecules of higher energy at an interface.
Corrosionpedia explains Surface-Active Agent (SAA) A surface-active agent is a substance which lowers the surface tension of the medium in which it is dissolved, lowers the interfacial tension with other phases, and is positively adsorbed at the liquid-vapor interface and other interfaces.
Sonalika Vaidya, Ashok K. Ganguli, in Comprehensive Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (Second Edition), Surfactants and Their Aggregates. Surfactants are surface active agents and contain a hydrocarbon chain that points toward the oil phase and a hydrophilic head that points towards the aqueous (polar) phase.
Surfactant decreases the interfacial tension between the two immiscible. Due to the specific structure of surfactants molecules they are applied in different areas of human activity (industry, household).
After using and discharging from wastewater treatment plants as effluent stream, surface active agents (SAAs) are emitted to various elements of the environment (atmosphere, waters, and solid phases), where they can undergo numerous physic-chemical processes (e.g Cited by: Surfactants or surface active agents are a special class of versatile amphiphilic compounds that possess spatially distinct polar (hydrophilic head) and nonpolar (hydrophobic tail) group They show interesting phenomena in solution by modifying the interfacial and bulksolvent - properties.
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Rosen. Author(s): Rosen,Milton J; Goldsmith,Henry A Title(s): Systematic analysis of surface-active agents [by] Milton J. Rosen and Henry A. Goldsmith. Edition: 2d ed. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, Wiley-Interscience [c] Description: xxvi, p. illus. Language: English ISBN:LCCN: Surface active agents — Evaluation of certain effects of laundering — Methods of analysis and test for unsoiled cotton control cloth — Addendum 1 ISO/TC Abstract.
the purpose of this book, a surfactant is a substance which in solution, particularly aqueous solution, tends to congregate at the bounding surfaces, i.e.
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Gaebler. What Is the Pharmaceutical Important of Surface Active Agents In Pharmacy? (6) 1. Many drugs are surface active 2. Emulsifying agents 3. Wetting agents 4. Solubilising agents 5.
Detergents/disinfectants 6. Foaming/anti-foaming agents. What Are The 2 Classifications of Surface Active Agents? 1. Based on nature (charge) of hydrophilic head group.Sanitizers: Halogens, Surface-Active Agents, and Peroxides However, systematic studies and quantitative kinetic results that could help understanding the effect of these factors on the.
surface active agents 1. surfactants presents by pradeepkumar yadav ramniranjan jhunjhunwala college msc(ii) (physical chemistry) sem – (iii) ( – 14) 1 2. contents • • • • • • introduction c.m.c micellar solubilization types of surfactants properties applications 2 3.