Adsorption at the Solid-Gas Interface. Adsorption from Solution. Low Molecular Mass, Uncharged Molecules. Electric Double Layers. Electrokinetics and Related Phenomena. Adsorption of Polymers and Polyelectrolytes. Appendices. Subject Index.
Adsorption at the Solid-Gas Interface: Selected Review of Volume I. Characterization of Solid Surfaces. Thermodynamics of Adsorption. Presentation of Adsorption Data. Adsorption on Non-Porous, Homogeneous Surfaces. Porous Surfaces. Surface Heterogeneity. Conclusion. General References. Adsorption From Solution. Low Molecular Mass, Uncharged Molecules: Basic Features. The Interface Between Solids and Pure Liquids. The Surface Excess Isotherm. Adsorption from Binary Fluid Mixtures. Theory. Experimental Techniques. Binary Systems, A Few Illustrations. Adsorption from Dilute Solutions. Kinetics of Adsorption. Conclusions and Applications. General References. Electric Double Layers: Some Examples of Double Layers. Why do Ionic Double LayersForm? Some Definitions, Symbols, and General Features. Thermodynamics. Application of the Gibbs Equation. The Diffuse Part of the Double Layer. Beyond Poisson-Boltzmann. The Stern Picture. Measuring Double Layer Properties. Points of Zero Charge and Isoelectric Points. Interfacial Polarization and the (-Potential. Case Studies. Double Layers in Media of Low Polarity. Electrosorption. Electrosorption Isotherms. Charged Particles in External Fields. Applications. General References. Electrokinetics andRelated Phenomena: Basic Principles. Survey of Electrokinetic Phenomena. Definitions of Terms. Elementary Theory. Interpretation of Electrokinetic Potentials. Experimental Techniques. Generealized Theory of Electrokinetic Phenomena. Electrokinetics inPlugs and Capillaries. Electrokinetics in Alternating Fields. Dielectric Dispersion. Less Familiar Types of Electrokinetics. Applications. General References. Adsorption