Crystallography of dispersed liquid crystalline phases studied by cryo-transmission electron microscopy.


Low molecular weight surfactants, for example monoglycerides and phospholipids, form a multitude of self-assembled structures, such as inverted cubic or hexagonal mesophases, if brought into contact with water/oil. These mesophases can be dispersed in water using adequate surface-active materials such as low molecular weight surfactants or surface active… (More)


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