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Binary Polar Liquids: Structural and Dynamic Characterization Using Spectroscopic Methods provides liquid state physical chemists and physicists with practical theoretical models based on a wealth of robust data that describe the dielectric properties of dipolar materials in a systematic manner. In many applications, reference measurements using dielectric permittivity data are required.
Over the past three decades, the author has compiled and analyzed permittivity research data and relaxation times for various polar liquids and their mixtures. The resulting structural data - as determined from various models - is critically evaluated, arming scientists with a complete characterization of the spectra of water-containing mixtures.
- Includes theoretical models that describe dielectric properties of dipolar materials
- Features reference measurements using dielectric permittivity data
- Describes the experimental techniques and procedures to extract the permittivity spectra and determination of different molecular parameters
- Provides a critical evaluation and analysis of research data compiled and consolidated over more than 30 years
Physical chemists; Physicists and pharmaceutical scientists, and graduate students taking related coursework
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2. Dielectric Relaxation in Binary Polar Liquids Containing Alcohols and Molecules With eOH Group
3. Spectroscopic Characterization of Binary Polar Liquid Mixtures Containing Amino or Sulfoxide Group and Hydroxyl Group
4. Structural Dynamics of Binary Mixture of Monohydroxyl Alcohol With Ester
5. Dielectric Spectroscopic Study of Molecular Interaction Between Nitriles With Water and Alcohol
6. Molecular Interaction in Associating and Nonassociating Polar Liquids
7. Structural Study of Binary Mixtures of Polar Liquids Containing Heterocyclic Compounds and Hydroxyl or Amino Groups
8. Dielectric Relaxation and Molecular Dynamics in Associating Dipolar Liquids and Polyhydroxyl Polymers
9. Structural Investigation of Biomolecules Through Dielectric Parameters
10. Permittivity Study of Bloods, Saliva, Tissue Cells, and Their Applications in Medical Instrumentations in the Detection of Oral Cancer
11. Extraction of Significant Features From Permittivity Parameters of Binary Polar Liquids
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- © Elsevier 2017
- 2nd June 2017
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Dr. Suresh Chandra Mehrotra has completed M. Sc. Physics (1970), Ph.D. (1975), Post Doctorate (Welch Foundation Fellow) (1974-75). Now his designation as Srinivasa Ramanujan Geospatial Chair Professor. He is recipient of Career Award, FOM, Alexander Von Humboldt Fellowship, F.N.A.Sc. He is a fellow and life member of Indian Physics Association (IPA), Indian Laser Association (ILA), Indian Science Congress Association, and IETE. He has also been awarded with Best Teacher Award from Maharashtra (MS) state. More than 239 research papers are published in reputed journals and conferences, and 5 books to his credit. He has organized 7 conferences/workshop and seminar as Chairman/Convener. He has successfully completed Eight Research Project. His fields of specializations are Microwaves Interaction with Matter, Time Domain Spectroscopy Pattern Recognition, Brain Computer Interfacing, Medical Instrumentation, Human Computer Interface, Speech Processing, Signal Processing, Remote sensing and GIS, Hyper Spectral Image Processing.
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Maharashtra, India
School of Physical Sciences, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded, India
Prof. Ajay Chaurdhary is a professor of physics at the Institute of Science in Mumbai. His research areas include hydrogen storage, nonlinear optical properties, micro-solvation effect of biomolecules and organic solvents, interstellar molecules, spectroscopic characterization of molecules, hydrogen bonding, Monte Carlo Simulation, and dielectric relaxation.
The Institute of Science, Mumbai, India