Progress in Surface and Membrane Science

Progress in Surface and Membrane Science

Volume 7

1st Edition - September 28, 1973

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  • Editors: J. F. Danielli, M. D. Rosenberg, D. A. Cadenhead
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483219738

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Progress in Surface and Membrane Science, Volume 7 covers the developments in the study of surface and membrane science. The book discusses the theoretical and experimental aspects of the van der Waals forces; the electric double layer on the semiconductor-electrolyte interface; and the long-range and short-range order in adsorbed films. The text also describes the hydrodynamical theory of surface shear viscosity; the structure and properties of monolayers of synthetic polypeptides at the air-water interface; and the structure and molecular dynamics of water. The role of glycoproteins in cell adhesion is also considered. Physicists, zoologists, molecular biologists, and scientists involved in the study of electrochemistry will find the book invaluable.

Table of Contents


  • Contributors

    Contents of Previous Volumes

    Van der Waals Forces: Theory and Experiment

    I. The Forces Between Atoms and Molecules

    II. Van Der Waals Dispersion Forces Between Atoms, Molecules, and Small Particles

    III. The Drude Oscillator Model

    IV. Dispersion Forces Between Anisotropic and Asymmetric Molecules

    V. Forces Between Large Molecules or Small Particles

    VI. Dispersion Forces Between Macroscopic Bodies

    VII. Dispersion Force Between an Atom or Small Particle and a Flat Surface

    VIII. Dispersion Forces Between Half Spaces (Flat Surfaces)

    IX. Temperature-Dependent Van Der Waals Forces

    X. Methods of Calculating the Nonretarded Forces Between Large Bodies

    XI. Forces Between Large Spherical Bodies

    XII. Interactions Between Anisotropic Media

    XIII. Dispersion Forces Between Bodies with Surface Layers

    XIV. Experimental Work on Van Der Waals Forces

    List of Symbols

    References

    Electric Double Layer on the Semiconductor-Electrolyte Interface

    I. Introduction

    II. The Theory of the Double Layer on the Semiconductor-Electrolyte Interface

    III. Methods of Studying Surface Properties of Semiconductor Electrodes

    IV. Some Significant Results of Experimental Study of Surface Properties of Semiconductor Electrodes

    V. Conclusions

    References

    Long-Range and Short-Range Order in Adsorbed Films

    I. Introduction

    II. Theory

    III. Experimental Materials and Techniques

    IV. Experimental Results: "Classical" Films

    V. Experimental Results: Helium Films

    References

    The Hydrodynamical Theory of Surface Shear Viscosity

    I. Introduction

    II. Basic Experimental Methods

    III. Boundary Conditions at a Free Interface

    IV. The Canal Surface Viscometer

    V. Useful Approximations for the Canal Method

    VI. The Canal Viscometer of Ewers and Sack

    VII. The Viscous Traction Canal Viscometer

    VIII. Errors Inherent in the Viscous Traction Instrument

    IX. The Rotating Ring Surface Viscometer

    X. A Critique of Knife-Edge Ring Viscometers

    XI. Torque Theory

    XII. Variants in the Design of Torsion Viscometers

    XIII. Non-Newtonian Surface Viscosity

    XIV. The Bingham Plastic Model

    XV. The Determination of Non-Newtonian Surface Shear Viscosity Without the Assumption of a Model

    XVI. Liquid-Liquid Interfacial Viscosities

    XVII. Summary and Conclusions

    List of Symbols

    References

    The Structure and Properties of Monolayers of Synthetic Polypeptides at the Air-Water Interface

    I. Introduction

    II. Polypeptide Conformations at Interfaces

    III. Experimental Procedures

    IV. Experimental Results on Polymers Conforming to a General Pattern

    V. Extended Conformations in Monolayers

    VI. Mixed Monolayers

    VII. Reactions in Monolayers

    References

    The Structure and Molecular Dynamics of Water

    I. Introduction

    II. Review of Water Structure Models

    III. Recent Spectroscopic Studies of Water Structure

    IV. Computer Simulation Studies of the Static and Dynamic Properties of Water

    V. The Role of Water in Solutions and in Membranes

    References

    Glycoproteins in Cell Adhesion

    I. Introduction

    II. Evidence for the Occurrence of Heterosaccharide Materials at the Cell Surface

    III. Structure of Membrane Glycoproteins

    IV. Evidence for Glycoproteins in Cell Adhesion

    V. Theories of Cell Adhesion

    VI. Possible Roles for Glycoproteins in Cell Adhesion

    References

    Author Index

    Subject Index








Product details

  • No. of pages: 350
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 1973
  • Published: September 28, 1973
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483219738

About the Editors

J. F. Danielli

Affiliations and Expertise

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

M. D. Rosenberg

D. A. Cadenhead

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