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===Applications===
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== Possible Applications ==
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# Firefighting
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# Food
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# Separations
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# Oil Recovery
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# Textiles
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# Cosmetics
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== Discussion ==
 
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== Reference ==
 
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Saint-James, A., Durian, D. J., Weitz, D. A. and Updated by Staff 2012. Foams. Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology. 1–24.
 
Saint-James, A., Durian, D. J., Weitz, D. A. and Updated by Staff 2012. Foams. Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology. 1–24.

Revision as of 16:44, 9 November 2012

Entry by Grant Gonzalez, 9 Nov 2012

General Information

Keywords: Thin Films, Disjoining Forces, Foams, Surfactants

Authors: Arnaud Saint-James, Douglas J. Durian, David A. Weitz

Summary

Applications

Possible Applications

  1. Firefighting
  2. Food
  3. Separations
  4. Oil Recovery
  5. Detergents
  6. Textiles
  7. Cosmetics

Discussion

Reference

Saint-James, A., Durian, D. J., Weitz, D. A. and Updated by Staff 2012. Foams. Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology. 1–24.