1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Surfactants is an organic compound that constitutes both lyophilic (solvent-loving) group and lyophobic
(solvent-fearing) group in the molecule.
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All the PUs are insoluble in both room temperature and on heating in ethanol, acetone, methanol, chloroform, diethyl ether, THF, and hexane because of more lyophobic
groups in the PU backbone.
These are notable as both caused changes of amino acid properties from hydrophobic and polar to lyophobic
and nonpolar and therefore may affect protein function or stability causing variation in genotype.
Early basic colloid studies showed an almost exact correspondence between the effects of sodium and potassium in 'simple' aqueous suspensions of lyophobic
colloids (Hunter 1993).
Verwey EJW, Overbeek JTG (1948) 'Theory of the stability of lyophobic
forces associated with the asphaltene aggregates in these conditions may not be accounted for in the model.