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Recebido em 5/3/13; aceito em 27/6/13; publicado na web em 2/8/13 CHARACTERIZATION OF LIQUID CRYSTALS BY OPTICAL MICROSCOPY IN POLYETHOXYLATED SURFACTANT-ALKANE-WATER SYSTEMS. The phase behavior of an alcohol polyethoxylated surfactant with decane and dodecane oil phase varying the water proportion from 5 to 90% to determine compositions in which the formation of liquid crystals and microemulsions ocurred was investigated. Pseudoternary phase diagrams were built to represent the regions ofdoi:10.1590/s0100-40422013000900011 fatcat:m36go65ecra5novyjdihnqaxmu