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Guegan, R., Veron, E., Le Forestier, L., Ogawa, M. & Cadars, S. (2017) Structure and Dynamics of Nonionic Surfactant Aggregates in Layered Materials. Langmuir, 33 9759–9771. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.7b01831
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 0743-7463
Clé BibTeX: Guegan2017
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Créateurs: Cadars, Guegan, Le Forestier, Ogawa, Veron
Collection: Langmuir
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The aggregation of surfactants on solid surfaces as they are adsorbed from solution is the basis of numerous technological applications such as colloidal stabilization, ore flotation, and floor cleaning. The understanding of both the structure and the dynamics of surfactant aggregates applies to the development of alternative ways of preparing hybrid layered materials. For this purpose, we study the adsorption of the triethylene glycol mono n-decyl ether (C10E3) nonionic surfactant onto a synthetic montmorillonite (Mt), an aluminosilicate clay mineral for organoclay preparation with important applications in materials sciences, catalysis, wastewater treatment, or as drug delivery. The aggregation mechanisms follow those observed in an analogous natural Mt, with the condensation of C10E3 in a bilayer arrangement once the surfactant self-assembles in a lamellar phase beyond the critical micelle concentration, underlining the importance of the surfactant state in solution. Solid-state H-1 nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) at fast magic-angle spinning (MAS) and high magnetic field combined with(1)H-C-13 correlation experiments and different types of C-13 NMR experiments selectively probes mobile or rigid moieties of C10E3 in three different aggregate organizations: (0 a lateral monolayer, (ii) a lateral bilayer, and (iii) a normal bilayer. High-resolution H-1{Al-27} CP-H-1-H-1 spin diffusion experiments shed light on the-proximities and dynamics of the different fragments and fractions of the intercalated surfactant molecules with respect to the Mt surface. Na-23 and H-1 NMR measurements combined with complementary NMR data, at both molecular and nanometer scales, precisely pointed out the location of the C10E3 ethylene oxide hydrophilic group in close contact with the Mt surface interacting through ion dipole or van der Waals interactions.
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