3 edition of Particles at interfaces found in the catalog.
Particles at interfaces
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Z. Adamczyk.|
|Series||Interface science and technology -- v. 9.|
|LC Classifications||QC793.29 .A33 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 743 p. :|
|Number of Pages||743|
|LC Control Number||2006042866|
Colloidal Particles at Liquid Interfaces | Bernard P. Binks, Tommy S. Horozov | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Particles (ISSN X) is an international, open access, peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of nuclear physics, particle physics and astrophysics science, and is published quarterly online by MDPI.. Open Access - free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.; Rapid Publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision.
In general, the area of the interface between the disperse and continuous phases is rather large. For instance, 1 cm3 of dispersion with particles of radius nm and volume fraction 30% contains interface of area about 10 m2. This is the reason why the interfacial properties are of crucial importance for the properties and stability of colloids. Particles at Fluid Interfaces and Membranes: Volume 10 by Peter A. Kralchevsky, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
The self-assembly and interfacial jamming of spherical Janus nanoparticles (JNPs) at the water/oil interface were investigated. Polymeric JNPs, made by cross-linking polystyrene-block-polybutadiene-block-poly(methyl methacrylate) (PS-PB-PMMA), with a high interfacial activity assemble at the water/oil interface. During the self-assembly at the interface, the interfacial energy was reduced and Cited by: Janus particles are special types of nanoparticles or microparticles whose surfaces have two or more distinct physical properties. This unique surface of Janus particles allows two different types of chemistry to occur on the same particle. The simplest case of a Janus particle is achieved by dividing the particle into two distinct parts, each of them either made of a different material, or.
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The presence of particles at interfaces creates deformation in menisci, which can lead to both thermodynamic and hydrodynamic effects, essential for understanding the behavior of colloidal particles and proteins present on the liquid-liquid or liquid-gas interface.4/5(1).
Particles at Interfaces: Interactions, Deposition, Structure, Second Edition, provides readily accessible theoretical data and recent experimental results and serves as a valuable resource for both students and advanced professionals working in academia and : Paperback.
Particles and Interfaces: Interaction, Deposition, Structure, Vol Second Edition unifies particle and protein adsorption phenomena by presenting recent developments in this growing field of.
Chapter 6. Particles at Interfaces: Deformations and Hydrodynamic Interactions. Deformation of fluid particles approaching an interface. Hydrodynamic interactions.
Detachment of oil drops from a solid surface. Summary. References. Chapter 7. Lateral Capillary Forces Between Partially Immersed Bodies. Physical origin of the lateral capillary forces. Particles at Interfaces presents recent developments in this growing field and is devoted entirely to the subject of particle transport, deposition and structuring on boundary surfaces.
The complex problems which have been studied include concentrated systems of polydisperse and non-spherical particles, bio-particles such as DNA fragments, proteins, viruses, bacteria, cells, polymers, : Elsevier Science.
select article Chapter 4 - Transfer of Particles to Interfaces—Linear Problems. Book chapter Full text access Chapter 4 - Transfer of Particles to Interfaces—Linear Problems. Zbigniew Adamczyk. Pages Particles at interfaces book PDF.
Chapter preview. select article Chapter 5 - Nonlinear Transport of Particles. Particles and Interfaces: Interaction, Deposition, Structure, Vol Second Edition unifies particle and protein adsorption phenomena by presenting recent developments in this growing field of nanoscience.
While experimental data is available in vast quantities, there is a deficit in quality interpretation of that data. Particles at Interfaces provides readily accessible reference data and equations for estimating basic effects, and is mainly addressed to students and young scientists.
Consequently, most approaches are of a phenomenological nature, enabling one to derive concrete expressions which describe the basic physics of the problem under consideration. Book description Small solid particles adsorbed at liquid interfaces arise in many industrial products and process, such as anti-foam formulations, crude oil emulsions and flotation.
They act in many ways like traditional surfactant molecules, but offer distinct advantages. The book first introduces the basic concepts and principles of colloidal particles at liquid-liquid interfaces including the interactions and conformations. The book then discusses the latest advances in emulsions and bicontinuous emulsions stabilized by both solid and soft particles and finally the book covers applications in food science and.
The first deals with particles at planar liquid interfaces, with chapters of an experimental and theoretical nature. The second concentrates on the behaviour of particles. Book description. Anisotropic Particle Assemblies: Synthesis, Assembly, Modeling, and Applications covers the synthesis, assembly, modeling, and applications of various types of.
Particles at Interfaces presents recent developments in this growing field and is devoted entirely to the subject of particle transport, deposition and structuring on boundary surfaces.
The complex problems which have been studied include concentrated systems of polydisperse and non-spherical particles, bio-particles such as DNA fragments Author: Zbigniew Adamczyk. 1 - Colloidal Particles at Liquid Interfaces: An Introduction By Bernard P.
Binks, Surfactant and Colloid Group, Department of Chemistry, University of Hull, Hull, HU6 7RX, UK, Tommy S. Horozov, Surfactant and Colloid Group, Department of Chemistry, University of Hull, Hull, HU6 7RX, UKCited by: The ﬁrst deals with particles at planar liquid interfaces, with chapters of an exper- imental and theoretical nature.
The second concentrates on the behaviour of particles at curved liquid interfaces, including particle-stabilised foams and emulsions, and new mate. Particles at the Semantics/Pragmatics Interface book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The central aim of this study is to elucid Ratings: 0. In the small world of micrometer to nanometer scale many natural and industrial processes include attachment of colloid particles (solid spheres, liquid droplets, gas bubbles or protein macromolecules) to fluid interfaces and their confinement in liquid : Elsevier Science.
Contact Modeling for Solids and Particles. Editors: Popp, Alexander, Wriggers but rather to address it in the context of a broader class of problems denoted as computational interface mechanics.
The book gives a clear understanding of the underlying physics of interfaces, and a comprehensive insight into the current state-of-the-art and. In many cases of colloidal particles at interfaces, the mechanism of particle interactions is still unknown.
Particle-Stabilized Emulsions and Colloids looks at recent studies on the behaviour of particles at liquid interfaces. The book first introduces the basic concepts and principles of colloidal particles at liquid-liquid interfaces including the interactions and conformations.
[PDF] Particles at Fluid Interfaces and Membranes, Volume Attachment of Colloid Particles and Proteins to Interfaces and Formation of Two-Dimensional Arrays (Studies in Interface Science) P. Kralchevsky, Particles at Fluid Interfaces and Membranes; Particles at Fluid Interfaces and Membranes by Peter A.
This book bridges three different fields: nanoscience, bioscience, and environmental sciences. It starts with fundamental electrostatics at interfaces and includes a detailed description of fundamental theories dealing with electrical double layers around a charged particle, electrokinetics, and electrical double layer interaction between charged particles.Treating absorption and scattering in equal measure, this self-contained, interdisciplinary study examines and illustrates how small particles absorb and scatter light.
The authors emphasize that any discussion of the optical behavior of small particles is inseparable from a full understanding of the optical behavior of the parent material-bulk.appearance of lateral interactions between particles at interfaces, or between inclusions in phospholipid membranes, followed eventually by the formation of two-dimensional ordered arrays.
The present book is devoted to the description of such processes, their consecutive stages, and to the investigation of the underlying physico-chemical.