Aqueous two-phase system of an anionic gemini surfactant and a cationic conventional surfactant mixture

@article{Jiang2009AqueousTS,
  title={Aqueous two-phase system of an anionic gemini surfactant and a cationic conventional surfactant mixture},
  author={Rong Jiang and Yi-Xiong Huang and Jian-xi Zhao and Chang-cang Huang},
  journal={Fluid Phase Equilibria},
  year={2009},
  volume={277},
  pages={114-120}
}
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