Monomer exchange dynamics of self-assembled surfactant monolayers at the solid-liquid interface.


Self-assembly of surface-active agents at solid–liquid interfaces is critical for many processes in nature and technology, including the stability of suspension, detergency, wetting and mineral separation. Historically, a detailed understanding of nanometer-scale layers has emerged. However, surprisingly little is known about their dynamics—the key to non… (More)

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