Calorimetric methods applied to the investigation of divided systems in colloid science.

Citation:

Lagerge S, Kamyshny A, Magdassi S, Partyka S. Calorimetric methods applied to the investigation of divided systems in colloid science. J. Therm. Anal. Calorim.Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry. 2003;71 (1) :291 - 310.

Date Published:

2003///

Abstract:

A review. A new batch titrn. microcalorimeter has been used for estn. of thermodn. properties in various investigated colloidal systems. As examples, we present enthalpic and kinetic data obtained from this calorimetric device for four different processes widely encountered in colloid science: (i) the diln./micellization process of cationic gemini surfactants in aq. soln.; (ii) the hydration process of non ionic surfactants in org. soln., i.e. the mechanism of micellar solubilization of water in the aggregates; (iii) the complexation of calcium ions by polyacrylates sodium salts (PaNa); (iv) the adsorption phenomenon of PaNa mols. on the calcium carbonate surface. [on SciFinder(R)]

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CAPLUS AN 2003:91838(Journal; General Review)