Progress in Surface and Membrane Science - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780125718141, 9781483219790

Progress in Surface and Membrane Science

1st Edition

Volume 14

Editors: D. A. Cadenhead J. F. Danielli
eBook ISBN: 9781483219790
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th July 1981
Page Count: 504
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Progress in Surface and Membrane Science, Volume 14 covers the advances in the study of surface and membrane science. The book discusses statistical thermodynamics of monolayer adsorption from gas and liquid mixtures on homogeneous and heterogeneous solid surfaces; and the structure of the boundary layers of liquids and its influence on the mass transfer in fine pores. The text then describes the coupling of ionic and non-electrolyte fluxes in ion selective membranes; the electrocatalytic properties of matalloporphins at the interface; and the adsorption from binary gas and liquid phases. Phase transitions in two-dimensional amphiphilic systems, as well as the wettability of solids by liquid metals are also considered. Biochemists, physicists, and people in electrochemistry research will find the book invaluable.

Table of Contents


Contents of Recent Volumes

Statistical Thermodynamics of

Monolayer Adsorption from Gas and Liquid Mixtures on Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Solid Surfaces

I. General Considerations

II. Localized Adsorption of Gases on Solids

III. Mobile Adsorbtion of Gases on Solids

IV. Partially Mobile Adsorption of Gases on Solids

V. Adsorption from Liquid Mixtures on Solids

VI. Approximate Models For Adsorption of Mixtures With Lateral Interactions

List of Symbols


Structure of The Boundary Layers of Liquids and its Influence on the Mass Transfer in Fine Pores

I. Theoretical Considerations

II. Structure and Properties of the Boundary Layers of Liquids

III. Mass Transfer in Fine Pores

IV. Conclusion


Coupling of Ionic and Nonelectrolyte Fluxes in Ion Selective Membranes

I. Introduction

II. General Consideration of The Coupling Effect of Ionic and Nonelectrolyte Fluxes in a Membrane Potential from the Viewpoint of the Thermodynamics of Irreversible Processes

III. Effect of Ionic and Solvent Fluxes Coupling in the Potential of a Membrane With Fixed Charges

IV. Effect of Coupling of Fluxes In Membrane Potential for a System with Specifically Interacting Neutral and Ionic Components

V. Conclusions


Electrocatalytic Properties of Metalloporphins at the Interface

I. Introduction

II. Electrophysical and Catalytic Properties of Metalloporphins

III. Kinetics and Mechanism of Oxygen Electroreduction on Metalloporphins

IV. The Use of Organic Complexes of Metals For Creating Gas-Diffusion Electrodes

V. Electrochemical Reactions of Hydrogen Peroxide and Other Electrocatalytic Reactions


Adsorption from Binary Gas and Liquid Phases

I. Introduction

II. Concepts of Excess and Absolute Adsorption

III. Thermodynamics of The Adsorption of Solutions

IV. Adsorption at Different Interfaces

V. Prediction of The Adsorption of Mixture from the Adsorption Properties of Pure Components

VI. Determination of the Specific Surface Area by the Method Based on Adsorption from Solutions


Phase Transitions In Two-Dimensional Amphiphilic Systems

I. Introduction

II. Bilayers

III. Monolayers

IV. Theoretical Models

V. Conclusion


The Wettability of Solids by Liquid Metals

I. Introduction

II. General Laws of The Wetting of Solids By Liquids. Wettability by Liquid Metals

III. Methods of Measuring The Wettability of a Solid Body by a Liquid Metal

IV. The Wettability of Different Classes of Solids by Liquid Metals

V. Conclusion




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About the Editor

D. A. Cadenhead

J. F. Danielli

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Biochemical Pharmacology,School of Pharmacy,State University of New York at Buffalo,Buffalo, New York

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