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Trends in Colloid and Interface Science III

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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 11/2013
Edizione: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1989


Dielectrophoresis, instability, and electrofusion in membrane systems.- Bending undulations of lipid bilayers and the red blood cell membrane: A comparative study.- Thermal fluctuations of giant vesicles and elastic properties of bilayer lipid membranes. The role of the excess surface.- Rheological properties of gelatin gels filled with phospholipids vesicles. Dynamic and uniaxial compression measurements.- Behavior of liposomes prepared from lung surfactant analogues and spread at the air-water interface.- Laser-induced temperature jump and time-resolved x-ray powder diffraction on phospholipid phase transitions.- Modifications of the structure and dynamics of dimyristoylphosphatidic acid model membranes by calcium ions and poly-L-lysines. A Raman and deuterium NMR study.- Lipid mixtures in monolayer and BLM.- Characterization of small lipid vesicles prepared by microfluidization.- Mixed monolayers of two polypeptides at the water/air interface.- Enzyme activity and cation exchange as tools for the study of the conformation of proteins adsorbed on mineral surfaces.- Electrokinetic and stability properties of cholesterol in aqueous NaCl and NaCl + bile salt solutions.- Phase behavior of cationic lipoaminoacid surfactant systems.- Cytochrome c monolayer and mixed surfactant-cytochrome c monolayer.- Orientation of rods formed by aggregated surfactants in organic media: the steroid-cyclohexane physical gel case.- Use of microemulsion systems as media for heterogeneous enzymic catalysis.- Preparation of monodisperse, magnetizable, composite metal/polymer microspheres.- Fractal structure of Portland cement paste during age hardening analyzed by small-angle x-ray scattering.- Asphalt emulsions: experimental study of the cationic surfactant adsorption at the asphalt-water interface.- An overview of recent results on rheology of concentrated colloidal dispersions.- Correlation of viscoelastic properties of concentrated dispersions with their interparticle interaction.- Synthesis and mangeitc properties of managanese and cobalt ferrite ferrite ferrofluids.- Adsorption of cetyltrimetyl ammonium at the free surface and at the mercury electrode.- The kinetics of wetting: the dynamic contact angle.- Interaction of metallic cations with the hydrous goethite (?-FeOOH) surface.- The surface viscoelasticity of surfactant solutions and high frequency capillary waves.- Aggregation in interfacial colloidal systems.- Stability of silica colloids and wetting transitions.- Quasi-elastic light scattering study of poly(acrylic acid) networks swollen with water.- Measurement of the bending elasticity of a monolayer: ellipsometry and reflectivity.- Pattern growth during the liquid expanded-liquid condensed phase transition in langmuir monolayers of myristic acid.- Experimental and theoretical aspects on cluster size distribution of latex particles flocculating in presence of electrolytes and water soluble polymers.- Aggregation and adsorption behavior in nonionic surfactant/oil/water systems.- Characteristic sizes, film rigidity and interfacial tensions in microemulsion systems.- Different spin probe positions related to structural changes of nonionic microemulsions.- Perfluoropolyether microemulsions.- Experimental evidence for bicontinuous structures in L 3 phases.- Small-angle neutron scattering experiments of micellar solutions under shear.- Polymerization of cetyltrimethylammonium methacrylate direct micelles.- Microviscosities in alkane/surfactant ionic micelles.- On certain solved and unsolved problems with water/PDMS/surfactant systems.- Interfacial charges manifestations: Kerr and dielectric relaxation studies in a microemulsion system.- Percolation phenomenon in waterless microemulsions.- Non-aqueous silica dispersions. Charged particle interactions studied by scattering of light.- Fluorinated and hydrogenated nonionics in aqueous mixed systems.- The critical region of water-in-oil microemulsions: new light scattering results.- Influence of the stabilizing coating on the rate of crystallization of colloidal systems.- Liquid crystallinity in metal ion — dodecylbenzenesulfonate systems: x-ray diffraction characterization.- Iridescent colours in surfactant solutions.- Interactions between surfactant ions of opposite charge.- Dynamiclight scattering study of membrane interactions in colloidal smectics.- Interfacial activity of 1-(2?-hydroxy-5?-methylphenyl)-octane-1-one oxime and the interfacial mechanism of copper extraction.- Polynomial approximation of interfacial tension isotherms and its use for kinetic data interpretation of metal extraction.- Analysis of the adhesive sphere fluid as a reference model for colloidal suspensions.- Some thermodynamic models of progressive micellization, shape of the surface pressure curves, and predictions on the distribution of intermediate aggregates.- Crystallization of calcium oxalate in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulphate. Quantitative assessment of the effect of the surfactant on crystal growth and aggregation.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science
Dimensioni: 279 x 210 mm Ø 906 gr
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:111 Illustrations, black and white
Pagine Arabe: 356
Pagine Romane: viii

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