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Amphiphiles at Interfaces

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The subject of this volume is limited in that it addresses amphiphiles at liquid/air, liquid/liquid, and liquid/solid interfaces, ... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

The subject of this volume is limited in that it addresses amphiphiles at liquid/air, liquid/liquid, and liquid/solid interfaces, with litte attention paid to vapor/solid interfaces. This volume will serve to summarize our current understanding of interfacial structure at the molecular level in these systems, and the relation of this structure to chemical and physicochemical phenomena.

Inhalt

Optical SHG measurements of amphiphiles at liquid/liquid interfaces.- An investigation of surfactant behavior at the liquid/liquid interface with sumfrequency vibrational spectroscopy.- Redox chemistry at liquid/liquid interfaces.- Interaction of alcohols and anesthetics with the water-hexane interface: A molecular dynamics study.- Dynamics of proteins at air-water and oil-water interfaces using novel Langmuir trough methods.- Adsorption kinetics of surfactants at fluid-fluid interfaces.- Oil-water interfaces in the Ising-model.- Quantitative analysis of reagent distribution and reaction rates in vesicles.- Packing and bilayer-micelle transitions in mixed surfactant-lipid systems as studied by solid state NMR.- Self-assembly of volatile amphiphiles.- Experimental tests for thermally-induced fluctuations in lipid bilayers.- The role of water in the hydration force - molecular dynamics simulations.- Solute transport and partitioning in lipid bilayers: Molecular dynamics simulations.- Simulation of water in a pore with charges: Application to a gating mechanism for ion channels.- Micelle formation in a lattice model of an amphiphile and solvent mixture.- Simulation of self-assembly in solution by triblock copolymers with sticky blocks at their ends.- Structure and electrostatics of the surfactant-water interface.- Stochastic simulations of surfactant aggregation kinetics.- Cosurfactant facilitated transport in reverse microemulsions.- Catalytically active, ordered films of proteins, surfactants and polyelectrolytes on electrodes.- Adsorption properties of two cationic surfactant classes on silver surfaces studied by means of SERS spectroscopy and ab initio calculations.- Electrodes derivatized with mono and multilayer assemblies containing preformed binding sites.- Amphiphiles at electrified interfaces.- Neutron reflection from surfactants adsorbed at the solid/liquid interface.- Visualizing self-assembly: Force microscopy of ionic surfactant aggregates at solid-liquid interfaces.- Forming patterned films with tethered polymers.- Synthetic polymer ultrathin films for modifying surface properties.- Molecular mean-field models of capillary dynamics.- Probing the structure of inhomogeneous colloidal particles by small-angle x-ray scattering.- Protein and lipid interactions in lung surfactant monolayers.- Monte Carlo calculations for vapor-liquid phase equilibria in Langmuir monolayers.- Hydrophobic polymers tethered to the water surface.- The effect of the chemical nature of grafted chains on the interfacial miscibility of amphiphiles.- Active control of interfacial properties of aqueous solutions using ferrocenyl surfactants.- The efficiency of dynamic surface tension reductions within homologous series of surfactants in aqueous gelatin solution.- Pure and mixed chlorophyll a Langmuir and Langmuir-Blodgett films. Structure, electrical and optical properties.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Amphiphiles at Interfaces
Andere:
EAN: 9783662157008
ISBN: 978-3-662-15700-8
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Steinkopff
Genre: Chemie
Anzahl Seiten: 328
Gewicht: g
Größe: H279mm x B279mm x T210mm
Jahr: 2013
Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1997

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