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Lattice-gas Model Of Amphiphiles And Of Their Orientation At Interfaces

B. Widom
Published 1984 · Chemistry

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Etudes dans l'approximation du champ moyen de l'interface entre les phases coexistantes dans un melange modele de molecules bifonctionnelles AA, BB et AB. Description detaillee de l'adsorption des composes amphiphiles et des orientations moleculaires a l'interface. Les phases globales ont des structures micellaires et bicontinues analogues a celles observees dans les solutions de tensioactifs et les microemulsions



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