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3. Lindman, B. and Friberg, S. E. (1999). , Kumar, P. (Eds), Handbook of Microemulsions Science and Technology, Marcel Dekker, New York, pp. 1–12. 4. Ekwall, P. (1975). Composition, properties and structures of liquid crystalline phases in systems of amphiphilic compounds, in Brown, G. H. (Ed), Advances in Liquid Crystals, Academic Press, New York, pp. 1–139. indd 14 11/3/2008 10:22:04 AM A Phase Diagram Approach to Microemulsions 15 5. Hoar, T. P. and Schulman, J. H. (1943). Transparent water-in-oil dispersions: The oleopathic hydro-micelle, Nature 152, 102–103.

5 Conductance of Microemulsions ................................................. 6 Useful Percolation Equations ....................................................... 7 Conductance Percolation and EMT ............................................. 8 Viscosity Percolation ................................................................... 9 Antipercolation and Double Percolation ...................................... 10 Activation Energy for Percolation ................................................

In addition, if the evaporation were to take place under conditions close to equilibrium, the partial vapor pressures could be utilized to calculate the activities of the components in the liquid phase. Evaporation however, usually takes place into an atmosphere at a certain level of humidity and this fact affects the interaction between the liquid phase and its vapor. This influence is conveniently attended to using the algebraic approach as illustrated by an example [17]. 16. The composition of the discharged vapor from a weight fraction composition (W1, C1, and S1) is obtained from the tangent to the experimentally determined evaporation path, which is given a function C(S).

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