5 edition of Protein-based surfactants found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ifendu A. Nnanna, Jiding Xia.|
|Series||Surfactant science series -- v. 101.|
|Contributions||Nnanna, Ifendu A., 1953-, Xia, Jiding, 1921-|
|LC Classifications||TP994 .P76 2001, TP994 .P76 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||2001028938|
A strategy toward the integration of highly functional microporous materials, such as metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), in composites via biochemical recognition interactions is presented. Postsynthetic modification of zeolitic-imidazolate framework-8 MOF nanocrystals with a maltose-exposing biocompatible surfactant (the so-called “Glyco-MOFs”) was performed to confer affinity toward lectin Cited by: 1. Brassicamidopropyl dimethylamine (Conditioning) [pg ] and my Organic Chemistry book, it seems that the important element is actually the dimethylamine component. This is known to be pretty alkaline, and so can be corrosive if it isn't properly neutralized. Ifendu A. and Jiding Xia., eds. Protein-Based Surfactants: Synthesis.
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Protein-Based Surfactants: Synthesis: Physicochemical Properties, and Applications (SURFACTANT SCIENCE SERIES) [Xia, Jiding] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Protein-Based Surfactants: Synthesis: Physicochemical Properties, and Applications (SURFACTANT Cited by: "Describes preparation techniques of protein-based surfactants (PBS) in the laboratory by a variety of chemical and enzymatic means, production by using different types of amino acids, and marketplace applications of PBS in medical and personal care products.
Book Description "Describes preparation techniques of protein-based surfactants (PBS) in the laboratory by a variety of chemical and enzymatic means, production by using different types of amino acids, and marketplace applications of PBS in medical and personal care products, detergents, cosmetics, antimicrobial agents, and foods.".
Amino-acid-based surfactants are a promising class of amphiphiles obtained by the condensation of an amino acid as a polar head and one or two acyl/alkyl chains as hydrophobic tails . "This book describes preparation techniques of protein-based surfactants (PBS) in the laboratory by a variety of chemical and enzymatic means, production by using different types of amino acids, and marketplace applications of PBS in medical and personal care products, detergents, cosmetics, antimicrobial agents, and foods - containing more than reference citations, Protein-based surfactants book, chemical.
Food surfactants are materials that are used for preparation of many food products, such as emulsions, suspensions, and gels. These materials must be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
David B. Lewis, in Fetal and Neonatal Physiology (Third Edition), Surfactant Proteins. Surfactant proteins (SP)-A and SP-D are members of the collectin family and are synthesized by type II alveolar epithelial cells, lung epithelial Clara cells, and certain extrapulmonary cell types.
56 An in vivo role for these proteins in modulating viral infection has been revealed in mice with. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Protein-based surfactants.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in. Protein foams and surfactants. The relatively non-specific foaming of denatured proteins is commonplace and widely exploited in food technology and other r, this usually requires much higher protein concentrations (typically > 10 mg ml −1) and much more vigorous physical treatment (whipping and sparging) than is the case with the specialised surfactant and related Cited by: The book describes the synthesis of protein‐based surfactants, their physicochemical properties, potential applications, and significant developments.
Numerous research projects have been carried out with this class of surfactants, especially in recent years, which is. Protein-Based Surfactants. Article January This chapter is the main theoretical part of the book and contains many equations.
By the end, however, we are confident that readers of all. Protein-based surfactants: synthesis, physicochemical properties and applications, vol. Protein-based surfactants: synthesis, physicochemical properties and applications, vol. Mistry, Jamie; Kennedy, John F.
Surfactants have a broad range of applications. For example, they can be used as additives for the production of household and industrial detergents and.
Surfactants are compounds that lower the surface tension (or interfacial tension) between two liquids, between a gas and a liquid, or between a liquid and a solid.
Surfactants may act as detergents, wetting agents, emulsifiers, foaming agents, and dispersants. The word surfactant is. The soy-based surfactants market in Middle East & Africa is also estimated to expand substantially during the forecast period.
Prominent players operating in the global soy-based surfactants market include SarayaLoveland Product, and Sinerga Cosmetic Company. The report offers a comprehensive evaluation of the market/5(25).
Protein-based Surfactants: Synthesis, handbook of detergents part f - scribd Handbook of Detergents Part f. Protein-Based Surfactants: Synthesis, Physicochemical Properties, and Applications, Book review: protein- based surfactants. synthesis Book. However, scientific information for this group of surfactants is scanty.
This book intends to narrow the knowledge gap by presenting recent developments in this area. Protein-based surfactants are usually synthesized with amino acids/peptides and fatty acids as building blocks.
They are mainly of two types: peptide and amino acid surfactants. Book Review: Protein‐Based Surfactants. Synthesis, Physicochemical Properties, and Applications. Edited by Ifendu A. Nnanna and Jiding Xia.
Wolfgang von Rybinski; Pages: ; First Published: 12 June The phase diagrams of ionic surfactant–nonionic polymer–water systems indicate the occurrence of a peculiar solution behavior with existence of three subregions, schematically indicated in Fig.
1, Fig. ing to both figures, the CMC is a “triple” point, where free Cited by: surfactants through new technologies that are emerging, especially in the field of protein-based surfactants.
Emerging technologies that may affect the increased usage of soy-based surfactants in the future are: 1. Increased knowledge in enzymatic processes that File Size: KB. Nnanna, Ifendu A. and Jiding Xia., eds.
Protein-Based Surfactants: Synthesis: Physicochemical Properties, and Applications (Surfactant Science) Madison Heights: CRC, Quadflieg, Jutta Maria. Fundamental properties of Afro-American hair as related to their straightening/relaxing behaviour.Novel Surfactants: Preparation, Applications, and Biodegradability Krister Holmberg Holberg (materials and surface chemistry, Chalmers U.
of Technology, Sweden) presents updated versions of the first edition's eleven chapters and includes six new chapters, mostly dealing with the concept of .Novel Surfactants: Preparation, Applications, and Biodegradability.
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