Complexes of Surfactant Micelles with Polymers in Aqueous Liquid Systems
Keywords:micelles, surfactants, surfactant-polymer complexes
Researches on the structural self-organization and aggregation in aqueous liquid systems of surfactants and polymers have been reviewed. Main attention is focused on the results obtained for the interaction of ionic surfactants with non-ionic polymers. Capabilities of the small-angle neutron scattering and neutron reflectometry methods for the study of the micellar structure, micelle-polymer aggregates, and complex multicomponent systems with nanoparticles are considered. Brief information is provided on some complementary methods used for the structural analysis of liquid systems with self-organization.
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