Team behind world's first magnetic soap makes magnetically responsive emulsions

(Phys.org) -- Earlier this year, a team of scientists, led by Professor Julian Eastoe in the University of Bristol’s School of Chemistry, announced they had created a liquid surfactant (soap) that could be moved by a magnet.

Team behind world's first magnetic soap makes magnetically responsive emulsions

(Phys.org) -- Earlier this year, a team of scientists, led by Professor Julian Eastoe in the University of Bristol’s School of Chemistry, announced they had created a liquid surfactant ...

Fri 22 Jun 12 from Phys.org

'Magnetic emulsions' clean up oil

Researchers demonstrate "emulsions" that respond to magnetic fields in an advance that could revolutionise the cleanup of oil spills.

Thu 21 Jun 12 from BBC News

'Magnetic emulsions' clean up oil, Fri 22 Jun 12 from Labspaces.net

Magnetic molecules could clean oil spills

BRISTOL, England, June 21 (UPI) -- European scientists say a molecule that can make "magnetic emulsions" has the potential to revolutionize the chemical industry and could clean up oil spills.

Thu 21 Jun 12 from UPI

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