How to study microemulsions

@article{Kahlweit1987HowTS,
  title={How to study microemulsions},
  author={M. Kahlweit and R. Strey and D. Haase and H. Kunieda and T. Schmeling and B. Faulhaber and M. Borkovec and H. Eicke and G. Busse and F. Eggers and T. Funck and H. Richmann and L. Magid and O. S{\"o}derman and P. Stilbs and J. Winkler and A. Dittrich and W. Jahn},
  journal={Journal of Colloid and Interface Science},
  year={1987},
  volume={118},
  pages={436-453}
}
The application of various experimental techniques for studying the properties of ternary mixtures H 2 O-oil-nonionic amphiphile is demonstrated. Based on detailed knowledge of the phase behavior, in particular, the positions and extensions of the three-phase bodies, the origin of the ultralow interfacial tensions and strong opalescence of the solutions is elucidated. Within the three-phase body one finds a maximum of the velocity of phase separation of the three phases that is correlated to a… Expand
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