Relation Between Rheology and Microstructure of Lyotropic Lamellar Phases

Abstract : Rheological behavior of lyotropic lamellar phases is studied as a function of the membrane repeat distance. The steady state rheology is described as a consequence of the so-called orientation diagram described previously. Three distinct regions of different orientations are described that are separated by two out-of-equilibrium transitions. We show that these transitions can be either discontinuous (subcritical) or continuous. In one of these transitions, one can go continuously from one regime to the other through a bifurcation point.
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Didier Roux, Frédéric Nallet, Olivier Diat. Relation Between Rheology and Microstructure of Lyotropic Lamellar Phases. ACS Symposium Series, 578, pp.300-305, 1994, Structure and Flow in Surfactant Solutions, 9780841230545. ⟨10.1021/bk-1994-0578.ch021⟩. ⟨hal-02002739⟩

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