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Pressure-anesthetic antagonism on the phase separation of non-ionic surfactant micelles

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta

Dec 12, 1980

Shoji KaneshinaH Eyring

PMID: 7459351

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An aqueous solution of non-ionic surfactants becomes suddenly turbid when heated to a critical temperature, known as the cloud point, and concomitantly expands the volume. The volume expansion is caused by release of structured water molecules from the hydrophilic polyoxyethyelene moiet...read more

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Anecotan
Anesthetic Effect
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Tensides
Vigilon
Enlirane
Micelles
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Hot Temperature
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  • Pressure-anesthetic antagonism on the phase separation of non-ionic surfactant micelles

    Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta

    Dec 12, 1980

    Shoji KaneshinaH Eyring

    PMID: 7459351

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    Abstract

    An aqueous solution of non-ionic surfactants becomes suddenly turbid when heated to a critical temperature, known as the cloud point, and concomitantly expands the volume. The volume expansion is caused by release of structured water molecules from the hydrophilic polyoxyethyelene moiet...read more

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    Anecotan
    Anesthetic Effect
    Thermodynamics
    Tensides
    Vigilon

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