Colloid Process Engineering by Matthias Kind, Wolfgang Peukert, Heinz Rehage, Heike P.

By Matthias Kind, Wolfgang Peukert, Heinz Rehage, Heike P. Schuchmann

This ebook offers with colloidal platforms in technical techniques and the effect of colloidal platforms by way of technical techniques. It explores how new dimension features can supply the opportunity of a dynamic improvement of medical and engineering, and examines the beginning of colloidal platforms and its use for brand new products.
The destiny demanding situations to colloidal procedure engineering are the improvement of acceptable apparatus and tactics for the creation and obtainment of multi-phase constructions and lively interactions in market-relevant amounts. The ebook explores the appropriate tactics and for managed construction and the way they are often used throughout all scales.

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1 Macroscopic Appearance Fatty alcohols are almost insoluble in water. Thus, sample J0 is an unstable dispersion, which separates into an almost neat water phase and white solid alcohol crystals floating on the surface. Samples J1–J8 are white and completely opaque. The ones with higher SDS content (J7 and J8) separate within one week into a clear solution at the bottom and a white phase on top. Sample J9 is almost clear and shows birefringence on shaking, whereas J10 is a clear solution of SDS micelles.

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