Solubilization rates of oils in surfactant solutions and their relationship to mass transport in emulsions.

@article{Pea2006SolubilizationRO,
  title={Solubilization rates of oils in surfactant solutions and their relationship to mass transport in emulsions.},
  author={Alejandro A. Pe{\~n}a and Clarence A. Miller},
  journal={Advances in colloid and interface science},
  year={2006},
  volume={123-126},
  pages={
          241-57
        }
}
Information on solubilization rates of oils in aqueous micellar solutions is reviewed. For ionic surfactants electrostatic repulsion prevents close approach of micelles to the oil-water interface, so that solubilization results from oil molecules dissolving individually in the solution and being taken up by micelles during and/or after transport across a diffusion boundary layer to the bulk solution. Experiments with SDS solutions and single oil drops having low (but not negligible) solubility… CONTINUE READING

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