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Fluorescence probes and microrheology with fluorescent particles in investigation of aggregation behavior in ionic surfactant/non-ionic surfactant/polyelectrolyte system.

HALASOVÁ, T. PIHÍKOVÁ, D. SZEWIECZKOVÁ, J. MRAVEC, F.

Original Title

Fluorescence probes and microrheology with fluorescent particles in investigation of aggregation behavior in ionic surfactant/non-ionic surfactant/polyelectrolyte system.

English Title

Fluorescence probes and microrheology with fluorescent particles in investigation of aggregation behavior in ionic surfactant/non-ionic surfactant/polyelectrolyte system.

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

This work is based on fluorescence and microrheology investigation of aggregation behavior of complex system, which is consists of non-ionic surfactant (Triton X-100), cationic surfactant (dioctadecyldimethylammonium chloride, DDAC), and polyanionic polymer (sodium polystyrenesulphonate, PSS). Aggregates and their aggregation processes are primarily investigated by the different fluorescence probes and techniques. Fluorescent probes pyrene, perylene, and nile red were used for the investigation. Values CMC of surfactants and their mixtures, and the influence of PSS on the system Triton-DDAC has been determined. Passive microrheology, as video particle tracking[3], was used to compare results obtained from fluorescence probes data. As particles, fluorescently labeled polystyrene sulphonate was used.

English abstract

This work is based on fluorescence and microrheology investigation of aggregation behavior of complex system, which is consists of non-ionic surfactant (Triton X-100), cationic surfactant (dioctadecyldimethylammonium chloride, DDAC), and polyanionic polymer (sodium polystyrenesulphonate, PSS). Aggregates and their aggregation processes are primarily investigated by the different fluorescence probes and techniques. Fluorescent probes pyrene, perylene, and nile red were used for the investigation. Values CMC of surfactants and their mixtures, and the influence of PSS on the system Triton-DDAC has been determined. Passive microrheology, as video particle tracking[3], was used to compare results obtained from fluorescence probes data. As particles, fluorescently labeled polystyrene sulphonate was used.

Keywords

Fluorescence probes; Pyrene; Perylene; Nile red; Microrheology; polyelectrolyte-surfactant interaction.

Released

14.09.2011

Publisher

12th International Conference on Methods and Applications of Fluorescence

Location

Strasbourg

Pages from

232

Pages to

232

Pages count

1

Documents

BibTex


@misc{BUT73343,
  author="Tereza {Venerová} and Dominika {Pihíková} and Jana {Burdíková} and Filip {Mravec}",
  title="Fluorescence probes and microrheology with fluorescent particles in investigation of aggregation behavior in ionic surfactant/non-ionic surfactant/polyelectrolyte system.",
  annote="This work is based on fluorescence and microrheology investigation of aggregation behavior of complex system, which is consists of non-ionic surfactant (Triton X-100), cationic surfactant (dioctadecyldimethylammonium chloride, DDAC), and polyanionic polymer (sodium polystyrenesulphonate, PSS). Aggregates and their aggregation processes are primarily investigated by the different fluorescence probes and techniques. Fluorescent probes pyrene, perylene, and nile red were used for the investigation. Values CMC of surfactants and their mixtures, and the influence of PSS on the system Triton-DDAC has been determined. Passive microrheology, as video particle tracking[3], was used to compare results obtained from fluorescence probes data. As particles, fluorescently labeled polystyrene sulphonate was used.",
  address="12th International Conference on Methods and Applications of Fluorescence",
  chapter="73343",
  institution="12th International Conference on Methods and Applications of Fluorescence",
  year="2011",
  month="september",
  pages="232--232",
  publisher="12th International Conference on Methods and Applications of Fluorescence",
  type="abstract"
}