Dataset for "Surfactant controlled zwitterionic cellulose nanofibril dispersions"

  • Vincenzo Calabrese (Creator)
  • Marcelo da Silva (Creator)
  • Julien Schmitt (Creator)
  • Juan Munoz-Garcia (Creator)
  • Valeria Gabrielli (Creator)
  • Janet Scott (Creator)
  • Jesus Angulo (Creator)
  • Yaroslav Z. Khimyak (Creator)
  • Karen Edler (Creator)
  • Karen Edler (Project Leader)



Dataset for each figure appearing in the manuscript, "Surfactant controlled zwitterionic cellulose nanofibril dispersions".
Fig. 2 shows the z-potential (mV) of ZCNF and OCNF dispersions as a function of pH. The average and standard deviation of values obtained for duplicate samples are reported.
Fig. 3 shows the z-potential (mV) of ZCNF dispersions at 0.01 wt% upon addition of 25 mM SDS, 25 mM DTAB and 25 mM TW80 is presented as an average of measurements on duplicate samples.
Fig. 4 shows the surface tension at the air–water interface (gamma-aw) of 0.001 wt% ZCNF dispersions upon addition of (a) 125 mMSDS,(b) 125 mM DTAB and (c) 2.5 mM TW80. The average of duplicate measurements is reported.
Fig. 6 shows the relative viscosity (eta-r) as a function of shear rate (s-1) for 0.5 wt% ZCNF dispersions containing (a) SDS, (b) DTAB and (c) TW80.
Fig. 7 shows the relative viscosity (eta-r) as a function of the shear rate (s-1) for 0.5 wt% ZCNF containing 50 mM SDS, 50 mM DTAB and 50 mM TW80.
Fig. 8 shows the SANS data for 0.5 wt% ZCNF dispersions in the presence of 1 mM d-SDS and 5mMd-DTAB in D2O. The data were fitted with a model of cylinder with an elliptical cross section. The intensity (I) is given in arbitrary units (A.U.).
Date made available1 Aug 2018
PublisherUniversity of Bath
  • Surfactant controlled zwitterionic cellulose nanofibril dispersions

    Calabrese, V., da Silva, M., Schmitt, J., Munoz-Garcia, J., Gabrielli, V., Scott, J. L., Angulo, J., Khimyak, Y. Z. & Edler, K. J., 1 Aug 2018, In: Soft Matter. 14, 38, p. 7793-7800 8 p.

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