Interfacial rheology of Span 80 adsorbed layers at paraffin oil-water interface and correlation with the corresponding emulsion properties

@inproceedings{Santini2007InterfacialRO,
  title={Interfacial rheology of Span 80 adsorbed layers at paraffin oil-water interface and correlation with the corresponding emulsion properties},
  author={Eva Santini and Libero Liggieri and Linda Sacca and Dani{\`e}le Clausse and Francesca Ravera},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract The correlation between the interfacial properties of the surfactant adsorbed layer at the water–oil interface and the emulsification and stability of the corresponding emulsion has been investigated. To this aim an oil soluble surfactant, sorbitane monooleate (Span 80), has been studied at the paraffin oil–water interface, together with the water in oil emulsions stabilized by the same surfactant at the same bulk concentrations, above the cmc. The equilibrium and dynamic interfacial… CONTINUE READING

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