(24c) Efficient Dispersion of Crude Oil By Food-Grade Surfactants: The Potential of Lecithin
- Conference: AIChE Annual Meeting
- Year: 2018
- Proceeding: 2018 AIChE Annual Meeting
- Group: Engineering Sciences and Fundamentals
- Time: Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 4:02pm-4:18pm
Some of the literature from which we will draw perspectives includes:
Athas, J. C., Jun, K., McCafferty, C., Owoseni, O., John, V. T., & Raghavan, S. R. (2014). An Effective Dispersant for Oil Spills Based on Food-Grade Amphiphiles. Langmuir, 30(31), 9285â9294.
Riehm, D., & McCormick, A. (2014). The role of dispersants' dynamic interfacial tension in effective crude oil spill dispersion. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 84(1-2), 155â163
Riehm, D. A., Neilsen, J. E., Bothun, G. D., John, V. T., Raghavan, S. R., & McCormick, A. V. (2015). Efficient dispersion of crude oil by blends of food-grade surfactants: Toward greener oil-spill treatments. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 101(1), 92â97.
Riehm, D. A., Rokke, D. J., & McCormick, A. V. (2016). Water-in-Oil Microstructures Formed by Marine Oil Dispersants in a Model Crude Oil. Langmuir, 32(16), 3954â3962
Riehm, D. A., Rokke, D. J., Paul, P. G., Lee, H. S., Vizanko, B. S., & McCormick, A. V. (2017). Dispersion of oil into water using lecithin-Tween 80 blends: The role of spontaneous emulsification. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 487, 52â59.
Rocchio, J., Neilsen, J., Everett, K., & Bothun, G. D. (2017). A solvent-free lecithin-Tween 80 system for oil dispersion. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 533, 218â223.
Owoseni, O., Zhang, Y., Omarova, M., Li, X., Lal, J., McPherson, G. L., Raghavan, S.R., Bose, A., John, V.T. (2018). Microstructural characteristics of surfactant assembly into a gel-like mesophase for application as an oil spill dispersant. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 524, 279â288.