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The last term in Eq. (7) accounts for the entropy of mixing of the surfactant and alcohol tails. Equation (7) should also include free energy contributions due to the van der Waals interactions between the head groups. but are neglected here. It is important to emphasize that Eqs. (6) and (7) are valid only for sufficiently long chain alcohols. The short chain alcohols are not incor- 45 porated into the micelles because of their strong favorable interactions with water and weak interactions with the hydrocarbon tails of the surfactant.

S s a a s a In Eq. (7). the subscripts s and a refer to the surfactant and alcohol. respectively. n .. g + m and all the other symbols have the same meaning as in Eq. (2). The micelles are assumed spherical as long as to ~ (glg+ ml )/(g + m) = r c ' where ro = {3(gvs + mva )/41T}1/S. The surface area per molecule is given for spherical micelles by an = 41Troz. For cylindrical micelles of radius re' with L/2rc ~ 3. the area per amphiphile is given by an = (41TrcZ + 21Trc L). where the length L is given by L = (gvs + mva - ~ 1Trc3)/1Tre2.

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