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  • Non equilibrium processes in surfactant systems

    Several techniques applied to measure the evolution of the structure of surfactant systems. Those include, for example, emulsification, solubilisation and reconstitution of vesicles.

  • Computation

    Modeling of surfactant induced structures (like micelles and liquid crystals) and computation of SAXS scattering curves.

     

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  • Instrumental

    Intrumental techniques available within the group or Institute that we can apply to the characterisation of the structure of systems in the sub nanometer to the milimeter range are:

    SAXS-WAXS
    Light Scattering (Dynamic (size and Z-potential) and Static)
    Optical microscopy
    Conductivity
    Selective electrode
    Tensiometry (pendant drop and Wilhelmy plate)
    Langmuir Balance
    Rheology
    NMR (diffusometry)