Progress in Surface and Membrane Science, Volume 9 covers the developments in surface and membrane science. The book discusses the physical adsorption of gases and vapors in micropores; the chemisorption theory; and the role of radioisotopes in the studies of chemisorption and catalysis. The text also describes the interaction of ions with monolayers; and the isolation and characterization of mycoplasma membranes. Chemists, physical chemists, and microbiologists will find the book useful.
Contributors Contents of Recent Volumes Physical Adsorption of Gases and Vapors in Micropores I. Introduction II. Adsorption in Micropores III. Fundamentals of the Theory of Physical Adsorption of Gases and Vapors in Micropores IV. Application of Theory to Adsorption of Gases and Vapors on Microporous Adsorbents of Different Chemical Nature V. Fundamentals of Thermodynamics of Adsorption in Micropores VI. Main Drawbacks of the Theory of Volume Filling of Micropores References Chemisorption Theory I. Introduction II. Chemisorption by Simple Metals III. Transition Metals IV. The Induced Covalent Bond V. Indirect Interactions Between Adatoms VI. Approximate Many-Electron Wave Functions for Chemisorption VII. Machine Calculations Notes Added in Proof References Radioisotopes in Studies of Chemisorption and Catalysis I. Introduction II. Instrumental Methods III. Tracer Investigations of Solid Surfaces IV. Surface Heterogeneity in Adsorption and Catalysis V. Kinetics and Mechanism of Surface Processes VI. Labeling of Solid Surfaces with Inert Gases VII. Structural Changes in Catalysts References General References Interaction of Ions with Monolayers I. Introduction II. Interaction of Ions with Monolayers III. Ionic Specific Effects and Ion Exchange by Monolayers IV. Conclusion Symbols References The Mycoplasma Membrane I. Introduction II. Isolation and Characterization of Mycoplasma Membranes III. Membrane Lipids IV. Membrane Proteins V. Conclusion References Subject index
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Department of Biochemical Pharmacology,School of Pharmacy,State University of New York at Buffalo,Buffalo, New York