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Bulletin of Pure and Applied Sciences-Chemistry (Started in 1982)
eISSN: 2320-320X
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DOI: 10.5958/2320-320X
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Bulletin of Pure and Applied Sciences-Chemistry (Started in 1982)
Year : 2019, Volume & Issue : BPAS-Chemistry 38C(2), JUL-DEC 2019
Page No. : 95-105, Article Type : Original Aticle
Article DOI : 10.5958/2320-320X.2019.00011.6

CMC and solute – solvent interactions of copper surfactants derived from fried oils in benzene at 298.15 K

Renu Bhutra1 Rashmi Sharma2 Arun Kumar Sharma3*
Author’s Affiliation : 1Department of Chemistry, Rajesh Pilot Govt. Polytechnic College, Dausa-303303, Rajasthan, India 2Department of Chemistry, S.P.C. Govt. College, Ajmer-305001 Rajasthan, India. 3Department of Chemistry, Govt. P.G. College, Jhalawar-326001, Rajasthan, India

Corresponding Author : Arun Kumar Sharma, Department of Chemistry, Govt. P.G. College, Jhalawar-326001, Rajasthan, India,
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Abstract

The density, M.V., and A.M.V. of copper surfactant derived from fried and unfried sesame and soyabean oils in non-aqueous and non- polar solvent benzene has been determined at constant temperature 298.15 K. Three samples of each oil were taken fresh, after treating at high temperature for 15 minutes and 60 minutes. The results were used to determine to CMC, chain length effect of the surfactant molecule on CMC and solute-solvent interactions. The studies were used to analyze the effect of high temperature treatment on the structure of the oil and molecular changes. The conclusions have been discussed in terms of well-known Massons. This helps us to the use of the oils after abuse of frying at high temperature as they have various industrial and biological applications. Colloidal behavior of copper surfactant used in to study of micellar features and their possible uses in agriculture and industries.

Keywords

Copper, Surfactant-solvent interaction, CMC, Density, Apparent molar volume
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