Micelle Formation and Terminal Double Bonds in Sodium Carboxylates
The effect of terminal unsaturation on the CMC values of sodium 11-dodecenoate and sodium 12-tridecenoate have been probed using conductance and 23Na NMR. The results suggest that addition of a terminal double bond has the same effect on the CMC of the corresponding saturated sodium carboxylate as the removal of 1.1 CH2 units. Our results confirm that the previous study of the above effect, observed for sodium 10-undecenoate, is probably a general one. © 1985 Academic Press, Inc.
B. Durairaj and F. D. Blum, "Micelle Formation and Terminal Double Bonds in Sodium Carboxylates," Journal of Colloid And Interface Science, Elsevier, Jan 1985.
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