By J. Theodoor G. Overbeek (auth.), K. L. Mittal, D. O. Shah (eds.)
This quantity chronicles the lawsuits of the eighth foreign Symposium on Surfactants in resolution (SIS) held in Gainesville, FL, June 10-15, 1990. This sequence of symposia were easily operating due to the fact that 1976, however the appellation "Surfactants in resolution" was once used for the 1st time in 1982 in Lund. because then our emblem "SIS" has develop into very generic to everybody serious about surfactants. In Lund the assembly was once billed because the Fourth foreign Symposium on Surfactants in resolution. past 3 occasions have been held lower than varied rubrics, yet complaints of these kinds of symposia, other than the seventh SIS held in Ottawa in 1988, were effectively documented. in truth thus far 10 volumes have seemed below the name "Surfactants in Solution". 1,2,3 this system for the ninth SIS used to be very entire and lots of ramifications of surfactants have been lined, and it was once a veritable overseas occasion. It contained a complete of 384 papers by means of 869 authors from virtually each nook of our planet. simply the sheer variety of papers is a testimonial to the excessive pace of study and super curiosity during this amazing category of fabrics. As some time past, there have been plenary lectures (5), invited talks (37), oral shows (195) and poster displays (147). The plenary lectures got via Prof. J. Th. G. Overbeek, Prof. C. A. Bunton, Prof. H. Ti Tien and Dr. J. Swalen. The lecture by means of Prof. Overbeek, the doyen of floor and colloid technological know-how, used to be a true treat.
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