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MSLA 2.03 – Surfactants

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Surfactants As explained earlier, a surfactant is a compound that lowers the surface tension between two substances. The way to stop a bubble from bursting is to wrap it up in a surfactant. In foam chemistry, the name for this wrapping process is adsorption, where a substance adheres to another one and makes a film across […]

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