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Surfactants that can be either cationic or anionic depending on the pH or other solution conditions, including those that are zwitterionic—possessing permanent charges of each type. Anionic surfactants. Surfactants that carry a negative charge on the surface-active portion of the molecule. Bicontinuous phases. Surfactant aggregate structures related to liquid crystalline phases or mesophases that exhibit bicontinuous (two interwoven continuous phases) behavior. The most common is the cubic bicontinuous structure, often referred to today as ‘‘cubosome,’’ although other structures are possible.
Lipophilic (‘‘fat-loving’’). A general term used to describe materials that have a high afﬁnity for fatty or organic solvents; essentially the opposite of hydrophilic. Lipophobic (‘‘fat-hating’’). The opposite of lipophilic; that is, materials preferring to be in more polar or aqueous media; the major exceptions are the ﬂuorocarbon materials, which may be both lipophobic and hydrophobic. London forces. Forces arising from the mutual perturbation of the electron clouds of neighboring atoms or molecules; generally weak (%8 kJ/mol), decreasing approximately as the inverse sixth power of the distance between the interacting units.
In this context, the carboxylic acid group, while seldom considered as such in acid–base theory, is classiﬁed as a strong acid. ) but have an additive effect so that increasing their number in a molecule increases the magnitude of their solubilizing effect. 1. ). The list is in no way complete, but the great majority of surfactants available commercially fall into one of those classes. It is possible, and sometimes even advantageous, to combine two or more of the functionalities described above to produce materials with properties superior to those of a monofunctional material.
Creative Beading by Julia Gerlach, Bead & Button Magazine