On Polymer/Surfactant Interaction

  • E. D. Goddard
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Abstract

The field of polymer/surfactant interaction is reviewed. A compilation of recent contributions, with special emphasis on phase studies and hydrophobic polymers, is included. Lastly, potential applications of polymer/surfactant interaction, with particular reference to the cosmetics area, are outlined.

Keywords

Hydrocarbon Vinyl Alginate CTAB Dextran 

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  • E. D. Goddard
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  1. 1.Specialty Chemicals DivisionUnion Carbide CorporationTarrytownUSA

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