By Tharwat F. Tadros
The 1st smooth method of relate basic study to the utilized technology of colloids, this sequence bridges educational learn and functional purposes, hence supplying the data important to either. Written by means of the very best scientists of their respective disciplines, this quantity discusses the character of assorted forces, in addition to the impression of floor forces at the balance of dispersions, their size and function in adsorbed polymers and liquid films.
For floor, polymer and physicochemists, fabrics scientists, and chemical engineers.
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The polymer should be strongly adsorbed (“anchored”) to the particle surface. This is particularly the case with A–B, A–B–A block and BAn graft copolymers where the B chain is chosen to be insoluble in the medium and has high affinity to the surface. Examples of the B chain in aqueous media are polystyrene and poly(methyl methacrylate). 3. e. g. in the presence of electrolyte and/or increase in temperature). 4. The adsorbed layer thickness d should be sufficiently large to maintain a shallow minimum, Gmin.
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