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Adsorption of the natural protein surfactant Rsn-2 onto liquid interfaces

To stabilize foams, droplets and films at liquid interfaces a range of protein biosurfactants have evolved in nature. Compared to synthetic surfactants, these combine surface activity with biocompatibility and low solution aggregation. One recently studied example is Rsn-2, a component of the foam nest of th

Authors:   Giovanni B. Brandani; Steven J. Vance; Marieke Schor; Alan Cooper; Malcolm W. Kennedy; Brian O. Smith; Cait E. MacPhee; David L. Cheung
Journal:   Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Volume:   19
edition:   12
Pages:   8584
DOI:   10.1039/C6CP07261E
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