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Colloid Stability The Role of Surface Forces - Part II, Volume 2

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Colloid Stability The Role of Surface Forces - Part II, Volume 2
Colloid Stability: The Role of Surface Forces - Part II, Volume 2 By
2007 | 414 Pages | ISBN: 3527315039 | PDF | 4 MB
The first modern approach to relate fundamental research to the applied science of colloids, this series bridges academic research and practical applications, thus providing the information vital to both. Written by the very top scientists in their respective disciplines, this volume discusses the nature of various forces, as well as the influence of surface forces on the stability of dispersions, their measurement and role in adsorbed polymers and liquid films. For surface, polymer and physicochemists, materials scientists, and chemical engineers.Content: Chapter 1 Wetting of Surfaces and Interfaces: A Conceptual Equilibrium Thermodynamic Approach (pages 1-83): Jarl B. RosenholmChapter 2 Surface Forces and Wetting Phenomena (pages 85-108): Victor M. StarovChapter 3 Investigation of Plateau Border Profile Shape with Flow of Surfactant Solution through Foam under Constant Pressure Drop Using the FPDT Method (pages 109-125): Pyotr M. Kruglyakov and Natalia G. VilkovaChapter 4 Physical Chemistry of Wetting Phenomena (pages 127-152): Nicolay V. Churaev and Vladimir D. SobolevChapter 5 The Intrinsic Charge at the Hydrophobe/Water Interface (pages 153-164): James K. BeattieChapter 6 Surface Forces in Wetting Phenomena in Fluid Systems (pages 165-182): Hiroki Matsubara and Makoto AratonoChapter 7 Aggregation of Microgel Particles (pages 183-202): Brian Vincent and Brian SaundersChapter 8 Progress in Structural Transformation in Lyotropic Liquid Crystals (pages 203-245): Idit Amar?Yuli and Nissim GartiChapter 9 Particle Deposition as a Tool for Studying Hetero?Interactions (pages 247-311): Zbigniew Adamczyk, Katarzyna Jaszczolt, Aneta Michna, Maria Zembala and Jakub BarbaszChapter 10 Recent Developments in Dilational Viscoelasticity of Surfactant Layers (pages 313-344): Libero Liggieri, Michele Ferrari and Francesca RaveraChapter 11 Rapid Brownian and Gravitational Coagulation (pages 345-378): Andrei S. Dukhin and Stanislav S. Dukhin


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