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Mihail T. Georgiev, Ph.D.
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Mihail T. Georgiev, Ph.D.

Research interests:

Interactions of surfactants and polymers
Adsorption on fluid and solid interfaces
AFM, light scattering, zeta-potential
Stabilization of dispersions
Bulk rheology of colloidal dispersions and micellar solutions
Contact angles, wetting and drop detachment
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1. Flow Reactor for Preparation of Lipid Nanoparticles via Temperature Variations I.Lesov, D.Glushkova, D.Cholakova, M.T.Georgiev, S.Tcholakova, S.K.Smoukov, N.Denkov J. Ind. Eng. Chem. 112 (2022) 37–45; doi: 10.1016/j.jiec.2022.03.043

2. Analytical Modeling of Micelle Growth. 5. Molecular Thermodynamics of Micelles From Zwitterionic Surfactants K. D. Danov, K. G. Marinova, G. M. Radulova, M. T. Georgiev, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 627 (2022) 469–482; doi: 10.1016/j.jcis.2022.07.087

3. Rheology of Saturated Micellar Networks: Wormlike Micellar Solutions vs. Bicontinuous Micellar Phases T.N. Stancheva, M.T. Georgiev, G.M. Radulova, K.D. Danov, K.G. Marinova, Colloids Surf. A 625 (2022) 129927; doi: 10.1016/j.colsurfa.2022.129927



1. Phase Separation of Saturated Micellar Network and Its Potential Applications for Nanoemulsification. M.T. Georgiev, L.A. Aleksova, P.A. Kralchevsky, K.D. Danov, Colloids Surf. A 607 (2020) 125487; doi: 10.1016/j.colsurfa.2020.125487



1. Hardening of Particle/Oil/Water Suspensions Due to Capillary Bridges: Experimental Yield Stress and Theoretical Interpretation. K.D. Danov, M.T. Georgiev, P.A. Kralchevsky, G.M. Radulova, T.D. Gurkov, S.D. Stoyanov, E.G. Pelan. Adv. Colloid Interface Sci., 251 (2018) 80–96; doi: 10.1016/j.cis.2017.11.004

2. Rheology of Particle/Water/Oil Three-Phase Dispersions: Electrostatic vs. Capillary Bridge Forces. M.T. Georgiev, K.D. Danov, P.A. Kralchevsky, T.D. Gurkov, D.P. Krusteva, L.N. Arnaudov, S.D. Stoyanov, E.G. Pelan. J. Colloid Interface Sci., 513 (2018) 515–526. doi: 10.1016/j.jcis.2017.11.057



1. Co-Adsorption of the Proteins b-Casein and BSA in Relation to the Stability of Thin Liquid Films and Foams. K.G. Marinova, R.D. Stanimirova, M.T. Georgiev, N.A. Alexandrov, E.S. Basheva, P.A. Kralchevsky. In Colloid and Interface Chemistry for Nanotechnology (P.A. Kralchevsky, R. Miller and F. Ravera, Eds.). Taylor & Francis, New York, 2013; pp. 439-458.