volume 48, issue 2, P161-171 2007
DOI: 10.1002/jctb.280480206
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Abstract: Nonionic surfactants above their critical micelle concentration in aqueous solution phase separate, at the cloud point, as the temperature is raised as a result of concommitant changes in micellar size, shape and interactions. We discuss the ways in which the cloud point changes in the presence of various additives. If (suflcient) alkane is solubilised in aqueous surfactant (or water in an alkane solution) single phase microemulsions result. I f further alkane (or water) is added separation into two phases o…

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