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The OP-10 associations with DEG-1 must be of increased solubility and must easily desorb from the boundary surface in the course of raising the temperature. Thus, temperature increase may result both in decrease of the surface tension on account of increase of the thermal motion of the molecules and in its increase due to the desorption of surfactant molecules, and this increase has a direct dependence on the surfactant concentration. Superposition of these factors for certain surfactant concentrations can bring about independence of the system surface tension on temperature, confirmed by experiment.

These data indicate that with increase of the surfactant concentration or of the system conversion level there is an increase in the quantity and size of the colloid particles formed in the system. 0%, and (5) 100% of DDN. Adhesive Properties Control by Surface-Active Substances 43 3). This is related to the formation of a great number of large colloid particles at such a high surfactant concentration. Since at 10% conversion the system viscosity is still low, the colloid particles coalesce and the system separates into two phases (polymer and surfactant).

These data indicate that with increase of the surfactant concentration or of the system conversion level there is an increase in the quantity and size of the colloid particles formed in the system. 0%, and (5) 100% of DDN. Adhesive Properties Control by Surface-Active Substances 43 3). This is related to the formation of a great number of large colloid particles at such a high surfactant concentration. Since at 10% conversion the system viscosity is still low, the colloid particles coalesce and the system separates into two phases (polymer and surfactant).

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