Stability of perfluoroalkyl halide emulsions

  • Kabalnov A
  • Makarov K
  • Shchukin E
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The stability of oil-in-water emulsions of several perfluoroalkyl chlorides and bromides stabilized by sodium dodecylsulphate (SDS) has been examined. It has been shown that introducing the above substituents in the molecules of fluorocarbons only slightly affects the stability of their emulsions; on the contrary, their lipophilicity and, presumably, excretion rate from the human body are substantially increased. © 1992.

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  • Excretion rate
  • Ostwald ripening
  • emulsion stability
  • perfluoro chemical emulsions
  • perfluorooctyl bromide.

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  • A. S. Kabalnov

  • K. N. Makarov

  • E. D. Shchukin

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