Landmark papers/Artículos históricos


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Bancroft W. D.
The Theory of Emulsification V.
J. Physical Chemistry 1913, 17, 501-519.

Bancroft W. D.
The Theory of Emulsification VI.
J. Physical Chemistry 1915, 19, 275-309.

Davies J. T.
A Quantitative Kinetic Theory of Emulsion Type. I Physical Chemistry of the Emulsifying Agent.
In Gas/Liquid and Liquid/Liquid Interfaces.
Proceedings of 2nd International Congress Surface Activity, Butterworths, London (1957) pp. 426-438

Finkle P., Draper H. D., Hildebrand J. H.
The theory of emulsification
J. American Chemical Society 1923, 45, 2780-2788

Friberg S., Mandell L., Larson M.
Mesamorphous Phases, a Factor of Importance for the Properties of emulsions.
J. Colloid Interface Sci. 1969, 29, 155-156

Grace H. P.
Dispersion Phenomena in High Viscosity Immiscible Fluid Systems and Application of Static Mixers as Dispersion Devices in such Systems.
Chemical Engineering Communications 1982, 14, 225-277

Harkins W. D., Brown F. E., Davies E. C. H.
The structure of the surfaces of liquids, and solubility as related to the work done by the attraction of two liquid surfaces as they approach each other [Surface tension V)]
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1917, 39, 354-364

Harkins W. D., Davies E. C. H., Clark G. L.
The orientation of molecules in the surfaces of liquids, the energy relations at surfaces, solubility,
adsorption, emulsification, molecular association, and the effect of acids and bases on interfacial tension [Surface energy VI] J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1917, 39, 541-596

Hildebrand J. H.
Emulsion type
J. Physical Chemistry 1941, 45, 1303-1305

ICI Americas
The HLB system — A time saving guide to emulsifier selection.
Chemmunique ICI Americas 1976

Langmuir I.
The constitution and fundamental properties of solids and liquids. II Liquids
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1917, 39, 1848-1906

Parry E. J.
The Chemistry of Essential Oils and Artificial Perfumes
4th Ed. Vol 1: Monographs on Essential Oils Scott,
Greenwood and Son, London (1921) 549 pages

Parry E. J.
The Chemistry of Essential Oils and Artificial Perfumes
4th Ed. Vol 2: The Essential Oil and its odour constituents of essential oils, synthetic perfumes and isolated aromatics the analysis of essential oils Scott,
Greenwood and Son, London (1922) 365 pages

Princen H. M., Zia I. Y. Z., Mason S. G.
Measurement of Interfacial Tension from the Shape of a Rotation Drop.
J. Colloid Interface Sci. 1967, 23, 99-107

Reed R. L., Healy R. N.
Some Physicochemical Aspects of Microemulsion flooding: A Review In Improved Oil Recovery by Surfactant and Polymer Flooding. D. O. Shah & R. S. Schechter, Eds., Academic Press (1977) pp 383-347

Salager J. L.
Phase Transformation and Emulsion Inversion on the Basis of Catastrophe Therory.
In Encyclopedia of Emulsion Technology. P. Becher Ed., Vol.3. pp 79-134. Marcel Dekker New York (1988)

Salager J. L.
The fundamental basis for the action of a chemical dehydrant. Influence of the physical and chemical formulation on the stability of an emulsion.
Int. Chem. Eng. 1990, 30, 103-116

Shah D. O.
The World of Surface Science.
Chemical Eng. Education Winter 1977, 14-24

Shinoda K., Arai H.
The Correlation between Phase Inversion Temperature in Emulsion and Cloud Point in Solution of Nonionic emulsifier.
J. Phys. Chem. 1964, 12, 3485-3490

Shinoda K.,
The comparison between the PIT system and the HLB-value system to emulsifier selection.
Proceedings of the 5th International Congress of Surface Activity, Barcelona, Spain. Vol. 2, 275-283 (1969) [69_ICSA_Shinoda_PIT]

Shinoda K., Saito H.
The stability of O/W Tyoe Emulsions as functions of temperature and the HLB of emulsifiers: The Emulsification by PIT-Method.
J. Colloid Interface Sci. 1969, 30, 258-263

Seifriz W.
Studies in Emulsions. I. Types of hydrocarbons oil emulsions — II. The effect of electrolytes on petroleum oil emulsions.
J. Phys. Chem. 1925, 29, 587-600

Seifriz W.
Studies in Emulsions. III. Double reversal of oil emulsions occasioned by the same electrolyte. — IV. Multiple systems. — V. The stabilization membrane.
J. Phys. Chem. 1925, 29, 738-749

Seifriz W.
Studies in Emulsions. VI. The effect of acidity on type and reversibility of emulsions. — VII. The effect of phase ratio and of the method in handling on emulsion type. — VIII. A comparison of the behavior of vegetable oils with that of petroleum oils
J. Phys. Chem. 1925, 29, 836-841

Vonegut B.
Rotating Bubble Method for the Determination of Surface and Interfacial Tension
Rev. Scientific Instruments 1942, 13, 6-9

Wasan D. T.
Interfacial Transport Processes and Rheology.
Chemical Eng. Education Spring 1992, 104-111

Winsor P. A.
Binary and Multicomponent Solutions of Amphiphilic Compounds. Solubilization and the formation, Structure, and Theoetical Significance of Liquid Crystalline Solutions.
Chemical Reviews 1968, 68, 1-40