volume 55, issue 6, P1491-1499 1990
DOI: 10.1135/cccc19901491
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Abstract: The effect of a cationic (CPS) and an anionic (SDS) surfactant on the bands in the absorption spectra of methyl red was studied. The interactions of methyl red with the two surfactants were monitored on the basis of the changes in the absorption curves that were mathematically deconvoluted into Gaussian shape absorption bands. The methyl red dissociation constants were determined in the presence of the two surfactants at sub-and supercritical micelle ooncentrations. The methyl red conditional dissociation con…

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