Branched viscoelastic surfactant solutions and their response to elongational flow. Fischer, P, Fuller, G, G, & Lin, Z Rheol Acta, 36(6):632--638, 1997.
Branched viscoelastic surfactant solutions and their response to elongational flow [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
Several years ago, M\ü\nstedt and Laun reported on the influence of branching on the elongational flow properties of polymer chains (M\ü\nstedt and Laun, 1981). They concluded that, in addition to the molecular weight distribution, the degree of branching strongly affects the degree of strain thickening of the elongational viscosity in such a way that the maximum in this material function increases with branching. In a recent paper by Lin, a ternary system of dodecyldimethylamine oxide-sodium laureth sulphate-sodium chloride surfactant solutions was investigated by Cryo-TEM and rheology (Lin, 1996). He reported a linear relation between the added sodium chloride and the branching of the wormlike micelles. In this paper we present an investigation of these surfactant solutions in elongational flow. Our results indicate that for branched micellar systems the presence of branching enhances the maximum of the elongational viscosity in the same manner as in the case of polymer melts.
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  abstract = {Several years ago, M\{ü\}nstedt and Laun reported on the influence of branching on the elongational flow properties of polymer chains (M\{ü\}nstedt and Laun, 1981). They concluded that, in addition to the molecular weight distribution, the degree of branching strongly affects the degree of strain thickening of the elongational viscosity in such a way that the maximum in this material function increases with branching. In a recent paper by Lin, a ternary system of dodecyldimethylamine oxide-sodium laureth sulphate-sodium chloride surfactant solutions was investigated by Cryo-TEM and rheology (Lin, 1996). He reported a linear relation between the added sodium chloride and the branching of the wormlike micelles. In this paper we present an investigation of these surfactant solutions in elongational flow. Our results indicate that for branched micellar systems the presence of branching enhances the maximum of the elongational viscosity in the same manner as in the case of polymer melts.},
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  author = {Fischer, P and Fuller, G G and Lin, Z},
  journal = {Rheol Acta},
  number = {6},
  pages = {632--638},
  title = {{Branched viscoelastic surfactant solutions and their response to elongational flow}},
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  volume = {36},
  year = {1997}
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