|MadSci Network: Chemistry|
I already know that soap and other surfactants weaken surface tenions and also that alcohol strengthens it, but what about solutions of sugar water and salt water? Do they have stronger/weaker surface tensions and why? And if you could, do you know of any place where I could possibly find the surface tensions of any of my solutions (water and soap, alcohol and water, sugar water and saltwater) or maybe how to find them out myself? Thanks!!
Re: Salt, Surgar, Soap and Alcohol on Surface Tension
Try the links in the MadSci Library for more information on Chemistry.