Stable water-oil emulsions from the new insoluble surfactant sodium 5-(1-dodecylaminocarbonyl) picolinate.


The new compound sodium 5-(1-dodecylaminocarbonyl) picolinate (NaDPA) has been prepared and found to have the unusual surfactant property of forming stable water-oil (w/o) emulsions in the presence of water and a variety of organic liquids. A study of droplet size (diameters=0.1-1.0 mm) as a function of the amount of surfactant used shows that a near… (More)


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