RHEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF MESOMORPHIC LAYERS FORMED AT THE LIQUID-LIQUID INTERFACEReportar como inadecuado




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Abstract : The rheological properties, of lamellar liquid crystalline phases were measured during their spontaneous formation at the liquid-liquid interface. The liquid crystalline layer thickness was found to increase with the square root of time. The real and imaginary interfacial shear moduli increase with increasing layer thickness, while these moduli are in agreement with the corresponding bulk moduli obtained from bulk rheological measurements of the equilibrium liquid crystalline phase. The rheological properties of the systems investigated, potassium octanoate-water-decanol and Triton X 100-water-decanol, were not found to be influenced by directional or superficial effects.





Autor: H. Kielman P. Van Steen

Fuente: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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