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Physics of amphiphilic layers
|Other titles||Amphiphilic layers.|
|Statement||editors, J. Meunier, D. Langevin, and N. Boccara.|
|Series||Springer proceedings in physics ;, v. 21|
|Contributions||Meunier, J. 1940-, Langevin, D. 1947-, Boccara, Nino., International Winter School on the Physics of Amphiphilic Layers (1987 : Centre de Physique des Houches)|
|LC Classifications||QC173.4.S94 P47 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 399 p. :|
|Number of Pages||399|
|LC Control Number||87021486|
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They can also exist as isolated mono- or bilayers, or. Part of the Springer Proceedings in Physics book series (SPPHY, volume 21) Abstract Bilayer membranes and monolayer films are the simplest examples of various structures which are formed by amphiphilic molecules dissolved in water, or spread on an interface between water and another medium, such as oil or by: 3.
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Self-assembly processes of amphiphiles have been widely used to mimic biological systems, such as assembly of lipids and proteins, while their integrated actions allow the performance of highly specific cellular Cited by: PHYSICA f'] ELSEVIER Physica A () Structure and tension of the boundary line between amphiphilic layers * Edgar M.
Blokhuis 1 Department of Chemistry, Baker Laboratory, Cornell Universi~, Ithaca, NYUSA Received 24 August ; revised 25 October Abstract The structure and tension of the region of contact where an oil phase, a water phase and a Cited by: 2. Amphiphilic molecules may form aggregates or micelles in water.
An example of a spherical micelle is presented in Figure 2. An example of a spherical micelle is presented in Figure 2. More importantly, due to their unique properties, amphiphilic molecules as surfactants can be absorbed to water-oil interfaces, reducing the interfacial energy. The approach adopted by Physics of Biomaterials: Fluctuations, Self Assembly and Evolution is tutorial, but the book is fully up to date with the latest research.
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The amphiphilic, multi-layer gels were efficiently connected independent of the polymerization order. Previous simulations suggested that ATRP/ATRP stackable gels should connect covalently .
Soap is made from classical amphiphilic molecules which contain a hydrophobic part and a hydrophilic part, which together dissolve oil and grease. Amphiphiles are often surface active (accumulate at interfaces) and form multi-molecular, spherical aggregates (micelles) in water.Surface-Modification of Nanodiamond by Amphiphilic Materials: Formation of Single Particle Layer and Polymer-Based Nanocomposite Chapter in Topics in applied physics April with 11 Reads.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Nato Science Series E: Physics of Biomaterials - Fluctuations, Self-Assembly and Evolution by D.
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