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The macroscopic domains were, then, forced to fuse by compression, leading to disappearance of the gaseous phase and a simultaneous steep increase of surface pressure at around the cross-sectional molecular area of n-alkyl chains. Both the fully condensed characteristics in the isotherm and the spontaneous formation of huge condensed domains are indicative of a strong attractive interaction among C20 molecules. It is noteworthy that C20 exists as its cadmium salt dimmer under the present experimental conditions, referring to the previous work concerning salt formation of the fatty acids in Langmuir monolayers .
One can see a two-step collapse of the mixed monolayer, corresponding to collapses of the two pure component monolayers. This can be interpreted as independent contributions of the individual components to the monolayer properties; an expanded region of the isotherms is governed by PFPE component, and after collapse of PFPE component, the feature of C20 emerges at a lower molecular area. Average molecular areas experimentally determined at constant surface pressures are plotted against the mole fractions of PFPE in the mixed monolayers in Fig.
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