By Prof. Dr. Tharwat F. Tadros(auth.), Tharwat F. Tadros(eds.)
The 1st smooth method of relate primary study to the utilized technology of colloids, this sequence bridges educational examine and business functions, hence offering the knowledge very important to either. Written via some of the best scientists of their respective disciplines, the 5 volumes are edited by way of an the world over well-known specialist in this topic.
This quantity describes the function of colloids in agrochemicals, highlighting the significance of basic examine in sensible applications.
Of curiosity to electrochemists, actual and floor chemists, fabrics scientists, and physicists.Content:
Chapter 1 normal creation (pages 1–5):
Chapter 2 common category of Surface?Active brokers utilized in Agrochemical Formulations (pages 7–18):
Chapter three actual Chemistry of Surfactant suggestions (pages 19–40):
Chapter four Interfacial facets of Agrochemical Formulations (pages 41–75):
Chapter five interplay Forces among debris or Droplets in Agrochemical Dispersions (Suspension Concentrates or Emulsions, EWs) and their position in Colloid balance (pages 77–91):
Chapter 6 Emulsion Concentrates (EWs) (pages 93–124):
Chapter 7 Suspension Concentrates (SCs) (pages 125–164):
Chapter eight Oil?Based Suspension Concentrates (pages 165–182):
Chapter nine Suspoemulsions (pages 183–196):
Chapter 10 Microemulsions (pages 197–218):
Chapter eleven a number of Emulsions (pages 219–233):
Chapter 12 Controlled?Release Formulations (pages 235–245):
Chapter thirteen uncomplicated rules of choice of Adjuvants in Agrochemical Formulations (pages 247–272):
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