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an electrically charged particle built up from polymeric molecules or ions and occurring in certain colloidal electrolytic solutions like soaps and detergents

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The higher critical micelle concentration causes lower oil production, when critical concentration is too much low, it causes rapid oil production.
Among the topics covered in the book are: "Techniques for studying block copolymers," "Dynamic processes in block copolymer melts," "The critical micelle concentration," "Adsorption from block copolymer solutions," "Gelation in block copolymer solutions," "Structure formation in semicrystalline diblocks," "Crystallization kinetics in semicrystalline block copolymers," and "Theories for binary block copolymer/homopolymer blends.
The presence of mesoporous material in the emulsion polymerization system can influence the critical micelle concentration (CMC) of an emulsifier, thus affecting the stability of the emulsion polymerization and the properties of the final polymer composite.
Nomenclature cmc critical micelle concentration EHEC ethyl hydroxyethyl cellulose HM-EHEC hydrophobically modified EHEC [DS.
14) At concentrations significantly higher than the critical micelle concentration, there is a possibility that amphipathic arborols would form gels by hydrophobic association and, if they did, the gels might be expected to have a more uniform pore size than conventional polymer gels.
Most of them are able to reduce the pattern collapse at concentrations near or above the critical micelle concentration (cmc) (e.
The critical micelle concentration (CMC) is the concentration of surfactant in solution that must be reached for micelles to begin to form.
The critical micelle concentration (CMC) was determined as the lowest concentration of HA needed to produce maximal effect on the surface tension in distilled water.
Thus, all studied surfactants, at a critical micelle concentration, strongly enhanced the light resistance of HPD.
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