By John Cross
"Presents the main finished assurance to be had of the detection, isolation, id, and estimation of all anionic surfactants in a large choice of samples in hint and macro amounts. positive aspects new chapters on volumetric and hint research, molecular and mass spectroscopy, and chromatographic processes."
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Extra info for Anionic Surfactants: Analytical Chemistry, Second Edition
These are frequently related to their superior ability to reduce the surface tension of aqueous solutions, thus enabling a variety of surfaces normally regarded as difficult to wet to be effectively wetted. , paints, inks, and other coatings, will benefit from the inclusion of fluorosurfactants. Herbicide and pesticide formulations also perform the task of wetting leaves and insects more readily if they contain such compounds. , chromic) baths used in the electroplating industry . [Cover] [Contents] [Index] [Cover] [Contents] [Index] Page 25 The collection of surfactant types presented in the preceding pages represents the major classes likely to be encountered in a commercial product, but it is by no means a complete list.
1. 01 M solutions of Septonex for the estimation of alkanesulfonates. Results compared admirably with those obtained by the Hyamine 1622 MI method, but the endpoint with dimethyl yellow was deemed to be more easily and reliably discerned. They also (1) reported about the interference caused by the presence of appreciable concentrations of bromide and iodide ions (positive), chloride (neutral), and sulfate (negative)  and (2) demonstrated that, whereas Septonex/dimethyl yellow under strongly acidic conditions would determine only monosulfonate, Hyamine 1622 phenolphthalein under alkaline conditions would determine both mono- and disulfonate.
10. G. Hons, in Anionic SurfactantsOrganic Chemistry (H. W. ), Marcel Dekker, New York, 1996, p. 52. 11. B. Fell, in Anionic SurfactantsOrganic Chemistry (H. W. ), Marcel Dekker, New York, 1996, p. 19. 12. G. Hons, in Anionic SurfactantsOrganic Chemistry (H. W. ), Marcel Dekker, New York, 1996, p. 99. 13. G. Hons, in Anionic SurfactantsOrganic Chemistry (H. W. ), Marcel Dekker, New York, 1996, p. 40. 14. R. D. Swisher, Surfactant Biodegradation, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1987. 15. G. Hons, in Anionic SurfactantsOrganic Chemistry (H.
Anionic Surfactants: Analytical Chemistry, Second Edition by John Cross