|Title:||Trends in Colloid and Interface Science 7 (Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science) (Vol 93)|
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|Publisher:||Springer; 1 edition (January 1, 1993)|
Part of the Progress in Colloid & Polymer Science book series (PROGCOLLOID, volume 93). Abstract. We report for the first time the observation of a finite wave vector peak in the scattering pattern from a dense solution of aggregating colloids. Measurements have been conducted under isopycnic conditions and at various monomer concentrations. The scattered intensity S (q) scales according to a universal law, S(q/q m ), in close analogy with spinodal decomposition dynamics (q m is the position of the scattered peak) . Carpineti . Giglio M. (1993) Spinodal fractals. In: Laggner . Glatter O. (eds) Trends in Colloid and Interface Science VII. Progress in Colloid & Polymer Science, vol 93. Steinkopff.
Trends in Colloid and Interface Science VI Volume 89 Interactions between hydrophobically modified polymers and. Trends in Colloid and Interface Science V Volume 84 3PHEX: A new surfactant purification techniqueDocuments. Trends in Colloid and Interface Science XV Volume 118 DNA-induced fusion of phosphatidylcholine vesiclesDocuments.
The topics covered include Self Assembly in Mixed Systems, Surface Modification, Biological and Biomimetic Systems, Theory and Modelling, New Techniques and Developments, Food and Pharmaceuticals, Dynamics at Interfaces and Mesoscopic and Mesoporous Systems.
In: Laggner, Peter and Glatter, . eds. Trends In Colloid And Interface Science VII. Progress In Colloid And Polymer Science, 93. Dr Dietrich Steinkopff Verlag C/O Springer Verlag, Heidelberger Platz 3, 1000 Berlin 33, Germany pp. 63-65. This list was generated on Mon Mar 11 20:33:01 2019 GMT.
In book: Trends in Colloid and Interface Science VII, p. 5-21. Cite this publication. Especially as for more complex systems neutron scattering with its flexibility in contrast allows to obtain unique structural and dynamical information.
This volume includes 35 contributions to the 24th Conference of the European Colloid and Interface Society which took place in September 2010 in Prague. The contributions from leading scientists cover a broad spectrum of the following topics:, Self-assembling, Stimuli-responsive and Hierarchically Organized Systems, Colloid, Polymer and Polyelectrolyte Solutions; Concentrated Systems and Gels, Thin Films, Interfaces and Surfaces; Wetting Phenomena, Novel ed Functional Materials, Biologically Important and Bioinspired Systems; Pharmaceutical and Medical Applications.
Amphiphilic molecules, like nonionic surfactants, adsorb at the water-oil interface. Molecules dissolved in microemulsions will partition between the water-rich and the oil-rich do- mains and the interface. Nonionic surfactants, in- cluding the class of ers (CiEj), often contain production-caused molecular im- purities, as well as those resulting from degradation reactions. 3. Kahlweit M, Strey R, Firman P, Haase D (1985) Langmuir 1:281. 106 Progress in Colloid & Polymer Science, Vol. 84 (1991). 4. Kahlweit M, Strey R, Firman P (1986) J Phys Chern 90:671. 5. Kahlweit M, Strey R, Haase D, Firman P (1988) Langmuir 4:785.
Recently published articles from Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. On the canonical isotherms for bulk fluid, surface adsorption and adsorption in pores: A common thread . The latest Mendeley datasets for Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. Data for: Electrospun hierarchical frogspawn structured superhydrophobic membrane for gravity-driven high efficiency oil-water separation.