Chemistry, physical chemistry, and uses of molecular fluorocarbon--hydrocarbon diblocks, triblocks, and related compounds--unique "apolar" components for self-assembled colloid and interface engineering.

@article{Krafft2009ChemistryPC,
  title={Chemistry, physical chemistry, and uses of molecular fluorocarbon--hydrocarbon diblocks, triblocks, and related compounds--unique "apolar" components for self-assembled colloid and interface engineering.},
  author={Marie Pierre Krafft and Jean G. Riess},
  journal={Chemical reviews},
  year={2009},
  volume={109 5},
  pages={1714-92}
}
3.2.1. Linear F-Alkyl/H-Alkyl Diblocks 1720 3.2.2. Unsaturated Diblocks 1721 3.2.3. Branched Diblocks 1722 3.2.4. Diblocks with Heteroatoms 1723 3.2.5. Diblocks with Heavy Halogens 1724 3.3. Triblocks and Multiblocks 1724 3.3.1. FnHmFn Triblocks 1724 3.3.2. HmFnHm Triblocks 1725 3.3.3. Star-Shaped Triblocks 1725 3.3.4. Multiblocks and Polyaffine Compounds 1726 4. Basic Properties of (F-Alkyl)alkyl Diblocks 1726 4.1. The “Polarity” Issues“Apolar”, yet Dipolar 1726 4.2. Surfactant Properties 1727… CONTINUE READING