3 edition of Surfactants in lipid chemistry found in the catalog.
Surfactants in lipid chemistry
|Statement||edited by J.H.P. Tyman.|
|Series||Special publications ;, no. 118, Special publication (Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)) ;, no. 118.|
|Contributions||Tyman, J. H. P., Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||TP994 .S878 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 183 p. :|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||93139971|
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Chemistry & Technology of Surfactants is aimed at new graduate or postgraduate level chemists and chemical engineers at the beginning their industrial careers and those in later life who become involved with surfactants for the first time.
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This chapter provides an overview of surfactants and surface properties that play important roles in pharmaceutical formulations. Examples of ionic, nonionic, and zwitterionic surfactants are. This book gives the reader an introduction to the field of surfactants in solution as well as polymers in solution.
Starting with an introduction to surfactants the book then discusses their environmental and health aspects. Chapter 3 looks at fundamental forces in surface and colloid chemistry.
Chapter 4 covers self-assembly and 5 phase diagrams. Chemical Structures Surfactants in lipid chemistry book are primarily made up of surfactants, or “surface active agents” of which reduce the surface tension of water by Surfactants in lipid chemistry book at the common boundary between liquid Surfactants in lipid chemistry book gas or one liquid and another.
Surfactants in lipid chemistry book form into aggregates known as micelles, formations of amphiphilic lipids. In some usage surfactants are defined as molecules capable of associating to form micelles.
These compounds are termed surfactants, amphiphiles, surface-active agents, tensides, or, in the very old literature, paraffin-chain salts.
The term surfactant is now probably the most commonly used and will be employed in this by: Y. Nakama, in Cosmetic Science and Technology, Characteristics and Classification of Surfactants.
Surfactants are substances that create self-assembled molecular clusters called micelles in a solution (water or oil phase) and adsorb to the interface between a solution and a different phase (gases/solids). To show these two physical properties, a surfactant must have. The hydrophilic-lipophilic balance of a surfactant is a measure of the degree to which it is hydrophilic or lipophilic, determined by calculating values for the different regions of the molecule, as described by Griffin in and Other methods have been suggested, notably in by Davies.
Griffin's method. Griffin's method for non-ionic surfactants as described in. Surfactants may be from natural or synthetic sources.
The first category includes naturally occurring amphiphiles such as the lipids, which are surfactants based on glycerol and are vital components of the cell membrane. Also in this group are the so-called “soaps”, the first recognised surfactants .File Size: 89KB.
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Surfactants are surface-active, amphiphilic compounds that are water-soluble in the micro- to millimolar range, and self-assemble to form micelles or other aggregates above a critical concentration.
This definition comprises synthetic detergents as well as amphiphilic peptides and lipopeptides, bile salts and manyCited by: This publication provides comprehensive material on the chemical and physical attributes of surfactants and new models for the understanding of structure-property Edition: 1.
Surfactant is the word that combines the terms "surface active agent". Surfactants or tensides are chemical species that act as wetting agents to lower the surface tension of a liquid and allow for increased spreadability. This can be at a liquid-liquid interface or a liquid-gas interface.
A needed resource for pharmaceutical scientists and cosmetic chemists, Essential Chemistry for Formulators of Semisolid and Liquid Dosages provides insight into the basic chemistry of mixing different phases and test methods for the stability study of nonsolid formulations.
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Now, DNA Interactions with Polymers and Surfactants provides an extensive, up-to-date overview of the subject, giving readers a basis for understanding the factors leading to complexation between DNA and different cosolutes, including metal ions, polyelectrolytes, spermine, spermidine, surfactants and lipids, and proteins.
Book Description "Presents the most comprehensive coverage available of the detection, isolation, identification, and estimation of all anionic surfactants in a wide variety of samples in trace and macro quantities.
Features new chapters on volumetric and trace analysis, molecular and mass spectroscopy, and chromatographic processes.". surfactant and cleaning product development scientists bet-ter understand their interfacial characteristics.
Studies of antimicrobial efﬁcacy from the four major classes of surfac-tants (cationic, anionic, amphoteric, and nonionic) are shown. The need for preservatives in surfactants is eluci-dated. The regulatory aspects of antimicrobials in Author: Nancy A.
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The proteins and lipids that make up the surfactant have both hydrophilic and hydrophobic regions. By adsorbing to the air-water interface of alveoli, with hydrophilic head groups in the water and the hydrophobic tails facing towards the air, the main lipid component of surfactant.
A series of novel cationic lipids was designed and synthesized in an effort to understand the importance of the various structural features with respect to transfection efficiency.
Particular attention has been paid to the hydrophobic domain and the cationic headgroup. An efficient method of synthesizing asymmetric diether lipids is described, using alkyl chains Cited by: Surfactant, substance such as a detergent that, when added to a liquid, reduces its surface tension, thereby increasing its spreading and wetting properties.
In the dyeing of textiles, surfactants help the dye penetrate the fabric evenly. Learn more about surfactants in this article. Surfactants and Polymers in Aqueous Solution november 16–20, Hotel Sofitel Lisboa Lisbon – Portugal Course lecturers Prof.
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Alternatively, DNA and RNA can be delivered by transfection, i.e. by non-viral vector systems such as cationic surfactants, which are also referred to as cationic lipids. In this review, recent progress on cationic lipids as transfection vectors will be discussed, with special emphasis on geminis, surfactants with 2 head groups and 2 tails.
The potential of extended surfactants for aqueous algal lipid extraction will be evaluated by conducting microemulsion phase behavior studies with surfactants and lipid profiles from various algal strains. Baseline lipid profiles for each species will be obtained by lyophilizing the biomass to preserve the chemical structure.
Interactions of surfactants and fatty acids with lipids Article (PDF Available) in Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science 6(3) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Interaction of surfactants with liposomes can lead to the solubilization of the liposomes from a lipid bilayer vesicle to a mixed micelle (Figure 1). Solubilization is achieved by surfactant molecules partitioning into the lipid bilayer by: 8. Surface Chemistry of Surfactants and Polymers - Ebook written by Bengt Kronberg, Krister Holmberg, Bjorn Lindman.
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Surface Chemistry of Surfactants and Polymers. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 29 cm. Contents: Machine generated contents note: Part One Surfactant Synthesis and Transformations Industrial Surfactant Syntheses 1 --Ansgar Behler, Manfred Biermann, Karlheinz Hill, Hans-Christian Raths, Marie-Esther Saint Victor, --and Giinter Uphues The interaction between DNA and various cationic species, e.g.
cationic surfactant (CS), has a broad biological and biotechnological significance. In the cell nucleus as well as in transfection formulations, other species, mainly zwitterionic lipids, are also present but their exact role needs elucidation.A closer investigation of the stability of structures formed as well as the molecular.
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of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering, University Drive NW, Calgary, AB, Canada T2N 1N4 c St. Francis Xavier University, Dept. of Chemistry. San Juan, Puerto Rico Lipid chemistry and marine natural products: Isolation and synthesis of new fatty acids of marine origin; New antiplasmodial and antifungal lipids.
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Submitted: October 14th Reviewed: February 22nd Published: July 5th DOI: /Cited by: 8.Modern surfactants, however, are of many different chemical types and download pdf far more than produce foams and disperse grease. The global surfactant industry is a multi-billion pound business (Fig 1), with markets everywhere from household detergents to explosives (Table 1).Surfactants (surface active agents) can be broadly defined as compounds which, when .This book gives the reader an introduction to ebook field of surfactants in solution as well as ebook in solution.
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