Complexatian of Aminoalkylcarbamoyl Cellulosics and Oppositely Charged Mixed Micelles
Polymers and High Performance Materials
We have compared the interactions between Polyquaternium 10-mixed surfactant micelle complexes of sodium dodecyl sulfate and Octoxynol with comparable complexes of mono- and diquaternary aminoalkyl-carbamoyl cellulose derivatives. The methods utilized were precipitation studies, fluorescence, and dynamic light scattering. The results of the fluorescence study indicated that micellar regions were formed in the polymer-mixed surfactant micelle complexes. Temperature studies indicated that the Polyquaternium 10-mixed surfactant micelle complex exhibits a different temperature response than complexes formed with polymers synthesized in our laboratories.
Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists
Lochhead, R. Y.,
Daly, W. H.
(1997). Complexatian of Aminoalkylcarbamoyl Cellulosics and Oppositely Charged Mixed Micelles. Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists, 48(1), 23-40.
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