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THE STRUCTURE OF MIXED SURFACTANTS ADSORBED AT THE AIR LIQUID INTERFACE, AS STUDIED BY SPECULAR NEUTRON REFLECTION

Abstract:
The specular reflection of neutrons is now finding widespread application in a range of problems in surface chemistry. Recent studies have shown that by the use of hydrogen-deuterium isotopic substitution, it is possible to determine surface excesses and detailed surface structures of surfactants adsorbed at the air-liquid interface. Recent results on the adsorption of mixed nonionic/cationic surfactants at the air-liquid interface are presented. © 1992.
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Chemistry, Physical and Theoretical Chem
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Author
Volume:
180
Issue:
PART 1
Pages:
483-484
Publication date:
1992-06-05
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ISSN:
0921-4526
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uuid:4096b97d-b0a1-442c-a85e-08110239482e
Source identifiers:
43888
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pubs:43888

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