Solution properties of pluronics L44 or L [(PEO)(10)(PPO)(23)(PEO)(10)] and 10R5 or R [(PPO)(8)(PEO)(22)(PPO)(8)] were studied individually as well in their binary mixtures in aqueous medium. The critical micelle concentration (CMC), critical micelle temperature, and cloud point (CP) were determined. Ideal and nonideal behaviors of their mixtures in the formation of CMC and CP were observed; the energetics of the studied processes were determined. Spectrophotometry, isothermal titration calorimetry and dynamic light scattering (DLS) methods were used for evaluations. Morphologies of the dispersed L, R, and their mixtures along with their polydispersities were determined from DLS measurements. Atomic force microscopy was also employed. The interfacial properties of L and R were investigated forming Langmuir monolayers in a surface balance. The surface pressures (π) generated by the compounds were moderate, the area per molecule was higher for R than L. R has shown antibacterial activity against both gram positive and gram negative bacteria whereas L was inactive in this respect.