Some Studies of Soap Solutions. II

Victor Lenher, George M. Bishop
1917 The Journal of Physical Chemistry  
It has been shown1 that the same amount of soap will not necessarily be sufficient to emulsify the same quantity of different kinds of oils. In the previous experiments, where quantitative emulsifications were made, the temperature was controlled for the most part to 25'. The results herewith reported have been obtained by studying the emulsifying action of soap solutions on certain of the more common oils and water at 1 0 0 ' .
doi:10.1021/j150181a004 fatcat:3uzxcn56ivbjjcgmi6sxnylqd4