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ISSN: 0021-9797

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Academic Press Inc. United States
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Journal of Colloid and Interface Science is a journal indexed in SJR in Biomaterials and Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials with an H index of 225. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,45 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Journal of Colloid and Interface Science focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: adsorption, particles, aqueous, surface, silica, surfactants, gold, solutions, oil, interfaces, ...

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Aims and Scope

adsorption, particles, aqueous, surface, silica, surfactants, gold, solutions, oil, interfaces, charged, characterization, approach, flow, mixed, oxide, nanoparticles, effects, membrane, magnesium, mesoporous, growth, stability, tension,

Best articles

A multiscale approach to ion diffusion in clays: Building a two-state diffusion-reaction scheme from microscopic dynamics

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A Thermometric Titration Study on the Micelle Formation of Sodium Decyl Sulfate in Water

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Adsorption and surface rheology of n-dodecanol at the water/air interface

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Adsorption kinetics of surfactant mixtures from micellar solutions as studied by maximum bubble pressure technique

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Adsorption of a model anionic dye, eosin Y, from aqueous solution by chitosan hydrobeads

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Adsorption of egg albumin onto methylated yeast biomass

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Aggregate formation in oil and adsorption at oil/water interface: thermodynamics and its application to the oleyl alcohol system

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Atomic force microscopy imaging of hair: correlations between surface potential and wetting at the nanometer scale

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Avidin self-associates with boric acid gel suspensions: an affinity boron carrier that might be developed for boron neutron-capture therapy

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Bilevel thresholding of floc images

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Broad reactivity trends for oxygen-isotope exchange from the near-surface regions of some metal (hydr)oxide solids

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Can colloidal particles flocculate at two energy minima simultaneously in a quiescent medium?

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Cationic Gemini surfactant at the air/water interface

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Contribution of the comonomers to the bulk and surface properties of methacrylate copolymers

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Controlling synthesis of silver nanowires and dendrites in mixed surfactant solutions

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Crystal modification of calcium sulfate dihydrate in the presence of some surface-active agents

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Determination of the quasi-saturated vapor pressure of supercritical gases in the adsorption potential theory application

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Dissolution of anisotropic colloidal mineral particles: Evidence for basal surface reactivity of nontronite

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Dynamic surface tension of micellar solutions in the millisecond and submillisecond time range

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Effect of alcohol addition to the aqueous phase on the thermal effects of micellization of cationic benzyldimethyldodecylammonium bromide and its adsorption onto porous and nonporous silicas

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Effect of dust particles on a rotating ferromagnetic fluid heated from below saturating a porous medium

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Effect of nonionic surfactant on wetting behavior of an evaporating drop under a reduced pressure environment

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Effect of solubility on the determination of the protonable surface site density of oxyhydroxides

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Electrical Double-Layer Structure at the Rutile-Water Interface as Observed in Situ with Small-Period X-Ray Standing Waves

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