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Mesoscopic probes in asphaltenes nanoaggregate structure: from perpendicular to paralleled orientation at the water-in-oil emulsions interface

Mesoscopic probes in asphaltenes nanoaggregate structure: from perpendicular to paralleled orientation at the water-in-oil emulsions interface
Jinliang Chen, Wenjun Xiang, Shouyu Chen, Jinhui Chen, Shenwen Fang, Bowen Chen, Chuheng Zhong
The asphaltenes nanoaggregate structures at water-in-oil emulsions interface were majorly mediated by the molecular weights of the asphaltenes as changed from perpendicular to parallel orientation at the interface with increasing molecular weight.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/ra/~3/RBukctL2N44/C7RA06717H

DOI: 2017/RA/C7RA06717H

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