Amphiphiles: Molecular Assembly and Applications by Ramanathan Nagarajan

By Ramanathan Nagarajan

content material: PREFACE ; 1. AMPHIPHILIC SURFACTANTS AND AMPHIPHILIC POLYMERS: rules OF MOLECULAR meeting ; R. NAGARAJAN ; 2. PYRIDINIUM AMPHIPHILES IN GENE supply - current AND views ; MARC A. ILIES, TIFFANY V. SOMMERS, LI CHING HE, ADRIAN KIZEWSKI, AND VISHNU DUTT SHARMA ; three. synthetic POLYMERS MIMIC BACTERIOPHAGE CAPSID PROTEINS to guard AND FUNCTIONALIZE NUCLEIC ACID buildings ; DAVID B. ROBINSON, GEORGE M. BUFFLEBEN, MICHAEL S. KENT, AND RONALD N. ZUCKERMANN ; four. SCREENING OF uncomplicated homes OF AMPHIPHILIC MOLECULAR buildings FOR COLLOIDAL approach FORMATION AND balance ; HARY RAZAFINDRALAMBO, CHRISTOPHE BLECKER, AND MICHEL PAQUOT ; five. LEVO VS. DEXTRO ; P. LO NOSTRO, N. PERUZZI, L. GIUSTINI, AND P. BAGLIONI ; 6. OIL-IN-OIL-EMULSIONS: tailored AMPHIPOLAR EMULSIFIERS ; M. S. HOFFMANN, R. HASCHICK, M. KLAPPER, AND okay. MULLEN ; 7. FLUORINATED HYDROGEN BONDED ELECTROLYTES OF PVA/NAFION(R) AND PAH/NAFION(R) COMPLEXES ; TAREK R. FARHAT ; eight. constitution FORMATION OF ADSORPTION LAYERS OF IONIC-AMPHIPHILIC COPOLYMERS ON INORGANIC AND natural PIGMENT SURFACES AS STUDIED through ESA ; CLAUS D. EISENBACH, NIKOLAY BULYCHEV, KLAUS DIRNBERGER, BART DERVAUX, FILIP E. DUPREZ, AND VITALI ZUBOV ; nine. SALT focus DEPENDENCE OF SWELLING STATES FOR POLY(SULFOBETAINE) BRUSH AT AQUEOUS answer INTERFACE ; YUKI TERAYAMA, MORIYA KIKUCHI, KOJI MITAMURA, MOTOYASU KOBAYASHI, NORIFUMI L. YAMADA, AND ATSUSHI TAKAHARA ; 10. ULTRASONIC RHEOLOGY OF MIXED-PHASE platforms ; THOMAS J. LANE ; eleven. impact OF HYDROPHOBIZATION OF GOLD QCM-D CRYSTALS ON SURFACTANT ADSORPTION on the SOLID-LIQUID INTERFACE ; MONA MARIE KNOCK AND LAURIE S. SANII ; 12. THERMALLY taken care of OCTADECYLPHOSPHONIC ACID skinny movie GROWN ON SS316L AND ITS balance IN AQUEOUS atmosphere ; MIN SOO LIM, KATELYN J. SMILEY, AND ELLEN S. GAWALT ; thirteen. AMPHIPHILIC INVERTIBLE POLYMERS (AIPS) ; A. KOHUT, L. SIEBURG, S. VASYLYEV, O. KUDINA, I. HEVUS, S. STAFSLIEN, J. DANIELS, V. KISLENKO, AND A. VORONOV ; 14. SURFACE-ATTACHED, POLYMERIZED VESICLES EXPOSING ADHESIVE PEPTIDE FUNCTIONALITIES ; MARKUS BIESALSKI, KAMLESH SHROFF, AND PIETER SAMYN ; 15. SYNTHESIS OF LARGE-PORE PERIODIC MESOPOROUS ORGANOSILICAS utilizing HEXANE AS SWELLING AGENT ; MANIK MANDAL AND MICHAL KRUK ; sixteen. TEMPLATE-FREE SYNTHESIS AND IN SITU FUNCTIONALIZATION OF NANOCAPSULES ; RAMJEE BALASUBRAMANIAN AND ZAHAROULA M. KALAITZIS ; 17. SYNTHESIS OF OIL CORE/POLYMER-SHELL debris through MINIEMULSION TEMPLATING ; THORSTEINN ADALSTEINSSON, E. V. FETTE, A. PHAM, J. ok. BLACK, L. E. TRACY, C. P. ROCHE, AND J. B. PESAVENTO ; 18. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATIONS OF NANOPARTICLES AND SURFACTANTS AT OIL/WATER INTERFACES ; R. J. okay. UDAYANA RANATUNGA, CHUONG T. NGUYEN, CHI-CHENG CHIU, WATARU SHINODA, AND STEVEN O. NIELSEN ; EDITOR'S BIOGRAPHY ; INDEXES ; writer INDEX ; topic INDEX

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In the case of surfactants, the negative free energy change associated with the transfer of the tail is significant when water is the solvent and it diminishes in magnitude when water is replaced by polar organic solvents such as alcohols or non-polar solvents. Consequently, the aggregation tendency of surfactants is significantly diminished or eliminated when water is replaced by other solvents. In contrast, for block copolymers, the core forming block can be incompatible with a variety of solvents and therefore the tail transfer free energy can remain negative with large magnitude.

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