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Aqueous gels of mixtures of ionic surfactant SDS with pluronic copolymers P123 or F127

Chaibundit, C., Ricardo, N.M.P.S., Ricardo, N.M.P.S., O'Driscoll, B.M.D., Hamley, I.W., Yeates, S.G. and Booth, C. (2009) Aqueous gels of mixtures of ionic surfactant SDS with pluronic copolymers P123 or F127. Langmuir, 25 (24). pp. 13776-13783. ISSN 0743-7463

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To link to this article DOI: 10.1021/la901584u

Abstract/Summary

Gel diagrams based on tube inversion and oscillatory rheometry are reported for Pluronic copolymers F127 (E98P67E98) and P123 (E21P67E21) in mixtures with anionic surfactant sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS). Total concentrations (e, SDS+copolymer) were as high as 50 wt% with mole ratios SDS/copolymer (mr) in the ranges 1-5 (F127) a lid 1-7 (PI 23). Temperatures were its high as 90 degrees C. Determination of the temperature dependences of the dynamic moduli served to confirm the gel boundaries from tube inversion and to reveal the high elastic moduli of the gels, e.g., compared at corn parable positions in the gel phase, a 50 wt% SDS/P123 wit h mr = 7 had G' three times that of a corresponding gel of P123 alone. Sin all-angle X-ray scattering (SAX S) was used to show that the structures of all the SDS/F127 gels were bee and that the structures of the SDS/P123 gels with mr = I were either fcc(c = 30 wt%) or hex (c = 40 wt%). Assignment of structures to SDS/P123 gels with values of mr in the range 3-7 was more difficult, as high-order scattering peaks Could be very weak, and at the higher values of c and mr, the SAXS peaks included multiple reflections.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy > Department of Chemistry
ID Code:11111
Uncontrolled Keywords:PEO TRIBLOCK COPOLYMER, SODIUM DODECYL-SULFATE, ORDERED MESOPOROUS SILICA, ABA BLOCK-COPOLYMERS, X-RAY-SCATTERING, LIGHT-SCATTERING, 1,2-BUTYLENE OXIDE, ETHYLENE-OXIDE, ASSOCIATION PROPERTIES, ELECTROMOTIVE-FORCE

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