Difference between revisions of "Surfactant"

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1. A surface active agent, one that reduces surface tension on plant materials. Wetting agents are common examples.<br><br>
 
1. A surface active agent, one that reduces surface tension on plant materials. Wetting agents are common examples.<br><br>
  
 
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http://www.sandia.gov/news-center/news-releases/2005/images/sample1_nr.jpg<br><br>
http://www.sandia.gov/news-center/news-releases/2005/images/sample1_nr.jpg
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This image shows a new type of sufactant.<br>
 
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Source: http://www.sandia.gov/news-center/news-releases/2005/mat-chem/cleavable-surfactant.html<br><br>
Source: http://www.sandia.gov/
 
 
 
This image shows two types of new sufactants that have been developed.<br><br>
 
 
 
 
http://www.lawrence.edu/dept/chemistry/nano/ValleyNewSchool/surfactant.jpg<br><br>
 
http://www.lawrence.edu/dept/chemistry/nano/ValleyNewSchool/surfactant.jpg<br><br>
Source:http://www.lawrence.edu<br><br>
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This image shows a student using a surfactant in a chemistry lab.<br>
This image shows a student using a sufactant to reduce tension on plants<br><br>
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Source: http://www.lawrence.edu<br><br>

Revision as of 12:46, 26 June 2006


1. A surface active agent, one that reduces surface tension on plant materials. Wetting agents are common examples.

sample1_nr.jpg

This image shows a new type of sufactant.
Source: http://www.sandia.gov/news-center/news-releases/2005/mat-chem/cleavable-surfactant.html

surfactant.jpg

This image shows a student using a surfactant in a chemistry lab.
Source: http://www.lawrence.edu