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5), (1), (17), and (18) we obtain in analogy with Eq. (12), Since the forward rate is proportional to , it follows immediately from Eq. (19) that Similarly, In general, one expects to lie between (br + bs) and b(r+s). Hence salt addition should increase and decrease . One might also expect to be greater than , so that salt addition affects more than . Similar considerations also apply to the gain and loss of monomer. Inevitably, the effects of salt on the and lead to changes in the micelle population on addition of salt and especially the aggregation number.
The array of these sheets is disordered. The liquid phase that these statements describe is denoted a microemulsion. Page 24 To understand the properties of amphiphilic systems in general and microemulsions in particular, theorists have tended to take one of two different approaches, which are founded on rather different bases. The phenomenological approach takes the amphiphilic sheets, together with a large length that characterizes their fluctuations, as a given. In contrast, the microscopic approach takes the interaction between the elementary components of oil, water, and amphiphile, as a given.
Ted Davis Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota D. Fennell Evans Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota Stig E. Friberg Center for Advanced Materials Processing, Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York Leong-Ming Gan Department of Chemistry, National University of Singapore, Republic of Singapore Bo Gestblom Department of Physics, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden Denver G.