Constructing the phase diagram of sodium laurylethoxysulfate using dissipative particle dynamics.

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Summary of "Constructing the phase diagram of sodium laurylethoxysulfate using dissipative particle dynamics."

Sodium Laurylethoxysulfate (SLES) is a fundamental ingredient in a wide range of surfactant products and the mapping of its various mesophases is pivotal in predicting the liquid viscosity. Here we want to show that the use of properly parameterised coarse-grained molecular models can provide structural information of the surfactant solutions not easily achievable through experimental characterization.


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Name: Journal of colloid and interface science
ISSN: 1095-7103
Pages: 34-44


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