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Title: Novel surfactants: Synthesis and solubilization studies
Researcher: Fatma, Nazish
Guide(s): Ansari, Wajid Husain
Keywords: Chemistry
Upload Date: 23-Jul-2014
University: Aligarh Muslim University
Completed Date: 2013
Abstract: Most water soluble substances show at least some degree of amphiphilicity newlineand hence have an inherent driving force to minimize unfavorable exposure of newlinetheir hydrophobic moieties to water 1 The amphiphilic character of a compound newlineis manifested for instance by a decrease in the surface tension of its aqueous newlinesolution Substances which decrease the surface tension of a solvent are called newlinesurface active agents or surfactants The science of surfactants is nearly as old as newlinephysical chemistry itself and has been a subject of intense research for over a newlinecentury However because it lies at the interface of several disciplines it newlinecontinues to attract the attention of a wide range of researchers from chemists to newlinechemical engineers and biologists to physicists newline
Pagination: 235
Appears in Departments:Department of Chemistry

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