Quantitative Study of Variations in Concentration of Glycerol and Aerosol OT on Foaming Volume of Oil at Room Temperature
Description: "The amount of foam that can be formed in the presence of certain pure chemical agents was investigated by a new method. The effect of variations in concentration and proportion of Aerosol OT and glycerol was studied and the effects of various other mixtures have been given for comparison. Both Gulf Agent and Aerosol-OT - glycerol mixtures, when present in comparable amounts, prohibited the formation of the normal volumes of foam to the same extent and in the optimum cases reduced it to only one-tenth of its normal value" (p. 1).
Date: April 1949
Creator: McBain, J. W. & Ross, Sydney
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