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Electrochemistry of Oil-Water Interfaces

  • Akira Watanabe
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Abstract

When two phases are in contact with each other, a neutral component j has a stronger affinity to one of the two phases than the other. For instance, oleic acid is more soluble in oil than in water. However, with increased crowding the long-chain acid will find it more difficult to reside in the former phase. This tendency is expressed by means of the chemical potential; a component j shows the tendency to move from a phase of higher chemical potential to that of the lower one.

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Aqueous Phase Interfacial Tension Phosphatidyl Choline Diffuse Double Layer Counterion Binding 
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  • Akira Watanabe
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  1. 1.Department of Clothing ScienceNara Women’s UniversityNaraJapan

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