Supercritical or compressed CO2 as a stimulus for tuning surfactant aggregations.

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Surfactant assemblies have a wide range of applications in areas such as the chemical industry, material science, biology, and enhanced oil recovery. From both theoretical and practical perspectives, researchers have focused on tuning the aggregation behaviors of surfactants. Researchers commonly use solid and liquid compounds such as cosurfactants, acids… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ar300194j

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@article{Zhang2013SupercriticalOC, title={Supercritical or compressed CO2 as a stimulus for tuning surfactant aggregations.}, author={Jianling Zhang and Buxing Han}, journal={Accounts of chemical research}, year={2013}, volume={46 2}, pages={425-33} }