Phase Equilibria in Water, Pentanol, Tetradecyltrialkylammonium Bromide Systems
Three tetradecyltrialkylammonium bromides (trimethyl, triethyl and tripropyl) were combined with water and pentanol and the phase regions determined. Increasing the chain-length of the trialkyl part gave a pronounced reduction of the regions for liquid-crystalline phases, especially the lamellar variety, but gave only insignificant distinction of the geometric characteristics once the liquid-crystalline phase was formed. © 1985.
P. Neogi et al., "Phase Equilibria in Water, Pentanol, Tetradecyltrialkylammonium Bromide Systems," Colloids and Surfaces, Elsevier, Aug 1985.
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Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Cationic Surfactants; Chemical Reactions - Reaction Kinetics; Emulsions; Pentanol; Surface Active Agents; Tetradecyltrialkylammonium Bromide Systems
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01 Aug 1985