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The surface tension versus log concentration for two surfactants is shown below. Describe in no more than five sentences how the two surfactants can be so different. You have only one attempt at this problem.

People from Edx what is the answer for this question..I'm asking because the images of the two surfactants is not even loading in my account! How am I supposed to write the five sentences without it

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    me tooo!!! the image is not loading.. can someone post the images at least, please?

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