Colloid and Interface Science V3 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780124045033, 9780323145718

Colloid and Interface Science V3

1st Edition

Adsorption, Catalysis, Solid Surfaces, Wetting, Surface Tension, And Water

Editors: Milton Kerker
eBook ISBN: 9780323145718
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1976
Page Count: 568
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Description

Colloid and Interface Science, Volume III: Adsorption, Catalysis, Solid Surfaces, Wetting, Surface Tension, and Water covers the proceedings of the International Conference on Colloids and Surfaces, held in San Juan, Puerto Rico on June 21-25, 1976. The conference is sponsored jointly by the Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry of the American Chemical Society and the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Division and the 50th Colloid and Surface Science Symposium. This volume contains 56 chapters that cover the subjects of adsorption, catalysis, solid surfaces, wetting, surface tension, and water. Other topics discussed include chemisorption; analytical methods for surface analysis; reaction kinetics; polymeric colloid systems; hydrogel-water interface; and the effect of various parameters, such as temperature and pressure. The concluding chapters explore surface and interfacial tension measurement, capillarity, thermal expansion of water, and heat capacity of vicinal water.

Table of Contents


List of Contributors

Preface

Effects of Surface Water on the Adsorption of Inert Gases

High Pressure Adsorption of Methane on 5 A Molecular Sieve Zeolite by Elution Chromatography

Mechanism for the Desorption Process for Cesium and Cesium Halides from Nickel Surfaces

Adsorption and Density Profile of a Gas Near a Uniform Surface

The Reactions of Atmospheric Vapors with Lunar Soil (14003)

Controlled Pore Silica Bodies Gelled from Silica Sol-Alkali Silicate Mixtures

Surface and Bulk Properties of Amorphous Calcium Phosphate

The Chemistry and Surface Chemistry of Oxides in the Silica-Alumina Range

Infrared Spectra and Surface Decomposition of NH3 and ND3 Adsorbed on Germanium Films

AES Study of Chemisorption of Water to Gold at Room Temperature

The Influence of the Catalyst Pretreatment on the Selectivity of Alcohol Conversion over Metal Oxides

The Carbon Monoxide Oxidation on a Platinum Catalyst

Surface Analysis and Adhesive Bonding. II. Polyimides

Determination of Madelung Constants for Infinite and Semi-Infinite Ionic Lattices by Direct Summation

Deformational Instability of a Plane Interface with Transfer of Matter

Interactions between Molecules Sorbed in a Cylindrical Pore of Zeolite

Thermodynamic Stability Criteria for Surfaces

Adsorption of Heavy Metal Traces on Particulate Matter in Sea Water

Chemisorption of Sodium Lauryl Sulphate on γ-Αl2O3

Continuous Phase Transitions in Krypton Monolayers on Graphite and Boron Nitride

The Interaction of Non-Spherical Molecules with Homogeneous Surfaces

Temperature Programmed Dehydration of Hydroxyapatite

Relative Internal and Translational Energy Accommodation of Molecular Gases on Solid Surfaces

NMR Studies of Adsorbed Hydrogen on Supported Pd and Pt Catalysts

Raman Scattering from Molecules Chemisorbed at Silica Surfaces

Isosteric Heat of Adsorption of Oxygen on Silver

Chemistry at Catalyst Surfaces: The Oxidation of SO2 on Platinum

Thermal Decomposition of Methanol Adsorbed on Al2O3

The Effect of Adsorption Temperature on Formic Acid Flash Decomposition

Kinetics of NH3 Decomposition on Single Crystal Planes of Pt

The Catalytic Behavior of a Cu/Ni Surface Alloy

Fracturing of a Porous Catalyst Particle Following Wetting by a Reactive Liquid

Polymer Colloids as Heterogeneous Catalysts

Configurations of Terrace-Ledge-King Arrays: Leed/Auger Studies of UO2(~ 100) Vicinal Surfaces

Rate of Penetration of a Fluid into a Porous Body III. Glass Fibers and TiO2 Powder

Electrical Dispersion of Liquids from Capillary Tips—A Review

Temperature Dependence of Contact Angles on Polyethylene Terephthalate

Wetting Properties of Live Clean Skin

Hydrogel-Water Interface

Effect of Pressure on the Surface Tension of Water: Adsorption of Propane and Dimethyl Ether on Water at Temperatures between 0 and 50°C

Lateral Transport of Globular Macromolecules Constrained to the Fluid-Fluid Interface

Determination of Surface and Interfacial Tensions from Rotating Menisci in a Vertical Tube

Interfacial Tension Measurement by an Improved Wilhelmy Technique

A Theory of the Rate of Rise of a Liquid in a Capillary

Evaluation of the Normal-Stress Condition for Curved Liquid-Gas Interfaces

Surface Tension and Gas Permeability Date for Soluble Lignins at an Air-Liquid Interface

The Surface Tension of Binary Mixtures of Nitroethane with the Hydrocarbons n-Hexane, Cyclohexane, Methylcyclohexane, Benzene, and Toluene at 30°C

The Influence of Substratum Surface Properties on the Attachment of a Marine Bacterium

The State of Water Adjacent to Glass

Thermal Expansion of Interlayer Water in Clay Systems I. Effect of Water Content

Thermal Expansion of Interlayer Water in Clay Systems II. Effect of Clay Composition

A Biophysical Role for Vicinal Water in Seed Germination

A DSC Study of the Heat Capacity of Vicinal Water in Porous Materials

Interfacial Free Energy and Composition Profile of Interphases between Dilute Polymer Solutions

New Values of the Light Scattering Intensity, Depolarization Ratio, and Anisotropy of Water

Behavior of Hydrophobic Pollutants at Aqueous Organic Interfaces; Physical Behavior of Dodecanol in Water and Its Effect on Hydrophobic Pollutants


Details

No. of pages:
568
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1976
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780323145718

About the Editor

Milton Kerker