Catanionic Surfactants: Novel Surrogates of Phospholipids

Ion pair amphiphiles, known as catanionic surfactants, have emerged as novel substitutes for the conventional phospholipids because of economy, ease of synthesis, and stability issues

Kausik Manna

2016

Scholarcy highlights

  • Ion pair amphiphiles, known as catanionic surfactants, have emerged as novel substitutes for the conventional phospholipids because of economy, ease of synthesis, and stability issues
  • Formation of the IPA can be characterized by combined XRD, FT‐IR, and NMR spectral studies
  • Occurrence of other species in aqueous media can be studied by dynamic light scattering, zeta‐potential, as well as viscosity measurements
  • Formation of insoluble precipitate occurs when the surfactants are mixed in equimolar ratio
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