Solvent properties of amphiphilic compounds
Read Online
Share

Solvent properties of amphiphilic compounds

  • 674 Want to read
  • ·
  • 32 Currently reading

Published by Butterworths .
Written in English


Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby P. Winsor.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21207980M

Download Solvent properties of amphiphilic compounds

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

P. A. Winsor, Solvent Properties of Amphiphilic Compounds. Butterworths Scientific Publications. London, S. mit zahlr. Tabb. u. Abb. Preis £ — - - Fette, Seifen, Anstrichmittel - . COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Genre/Form: Textbooks (form) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Winsor, Philip Alan. Solvent properties of amphiphilic compounds. London, Butterworths Scientific Publications,   Solvent properties of amphiphilic compounds by Philip Alan Winsor, , Butterworths Scientific Publications edition, in English1/5(1).

Solvent Properties of Amphiphilic Compounds: Author: Philip Alan Winsor: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Butterworths Scientific Publications, Original from: the University of California. Amphiphilic molecules is a general term that describes any compound that contains two distinct covalently bonded components with different affinity for the solvent in the same molecule, in which one part possesses a high affinity for polar solvents (such as water), and another part has a strong affinity for nonpolar solvents, such as hydrocarbons, ethers, and esters. Responsive amphiphilic molecular baskets were obtained by attaching four facially amphiphilic cholate groups to a tetraaminocalixarene scaffold. Their binding properties can be switched by solvent changes. In nonpolar solvents, the molecules utilize the hydrophilic faces of the cholates to bind hydrophilic molecules such as glucose derivatives. In polar solvents, the molecules employ the.   A series of poly(4-vinylpyridine)-b-poly{6-[4-(4-butyloxyphenylazo)phenoxy]hexyl methacrylate} (P4VP-b-PAzoMA) were employed to fabricate aggregates via the emulsion–solvent evaporation emulsion was stabilized by compound emulsifier composed of SDS and span By tuning the ratio of two emulsifiers, P4VP-b-PAzoMA could self-assemble into various .

  Responsive amphiphilic molecular baskets were obtained by attaching four facially amphiphilic cholate groups to a tetraaminocalixarene scaffold. Their binding properties can be switched by solvent changes. In nonpolar solvents, the molecules utilize the hydrophilic faces of the cholates to bind hydrophilic molecules such as glucose derivatives. Piperidine and pyrrolidine nitroxides such as 4-amino-TEMPO (4-AT) and 3-carboxyproxyl (3-CP), respectively, were grafted onto the amphiphilic carriers. To further investigate the effect of the nature of the chain on the physical-chemical and biological properties of nitroxides, hydrogenated or perfluorinated alkyl chains were used.   Amphiphilic molecule possesses both hydrophobic and hydrophilic parts in the same molecule [ 12 ]. The hydrophobic part is typically the alkyl chain while the hydrophilic part can be an ionized functional group, an ethylene oxide group or the combination of them.   Abstract. A central event in the origin of life was the self-assembly of amphiphilic compounds into closed microenvironments. If a primitive macromolecular replicating system could be encapsulated within a vesicular membrane, the components of the system would share the same microenvironment, representing a step toward indivuality and true cellular function.