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Colloid Stability: The Role of Surface Forces - Part I

Colloid Stability: The Role of Surface Forces - Part I

Tharwat F. Tadros (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-31462-1

Dec 2006

448 pages

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$266.00

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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.

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General Principles of Colloid Stability and the Rules of Surface Forces
Thermodynamic Criterion of Spontaneous Dispersion Electrostatic Interactions between Colloidal Particles. Analytic Approximation.
Role of Surface Forces on the Formation and Stability of Fractal Structures
The Hydrophobic Attraction in the Light of Thin Film Thermodynamics
Long Range Surface Forces in Molecular Liquids: Trends in the Theory
Hydrophobic Forces in Foam Films Surfactant Nanostructures in Foam Films Nanoparticles in Confined Structures: Formation and Application
Colloid Stability Using Polymeric Surfactants Foam Films, Foams, and Surface Rheology of Non-Ionic Surfactants
Effect of the Intrinsic Compressibility on the Dilational Rheology of Adsorption Layers of Surfactants, Proteins and their Mixtures Metastability and Lability in Surface Phase Transitions: Surface Forces and Line Tension Effects
Structure and Stability of Black Foam Films from Phospholipids
Phospholipid Foam Films: Types, Properties and Applications
About the editor:

"Dr. Tadros is a very well recognized individual in the surface chemistry community and is known to write well."
(Prof. Krister Holmberg, Chalmers University, Göteborg, Sweden)

"The author is a well-known scientist in this field with a long experience in colloid science."
(Henkel KGaA, Düsseldorf, Germany)

"Dr. Tadros is well-known in the field of colloid science. High quality can be expected."
(University of Bayreuth, Germany)

"Professor Tadros is a well-known expert on the topic. Because of his industrial experience it might be possible to close the gap between fundamentals and the relevance and applications in the practice."
(Dr. Oetter, BASF AG, Ludwigshafen, Germany)

"Dr. Tadros is a well-known scientist in emulsion and rheology science who can write about fundamentals and applications of surfactants."
(Yokohama National University, Japan)