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Colloidal Order [electronic resource]: Vol. 3: Entropic and Surface Forces
imprint
Weinheim : Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH Feb. 2007 Chichester : John Wiley & Sons, Limited [Distributor]
description
337 p. ill 24.650 x 017.700 cm.
ISBN
3527313702 (Trade Cloth), 9783527313709
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series title
imprint
Weinheim : Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH Feb. 2007 Chichester : John Wiley & Sons, Limited [Distributor]
isbn
3527313702 (Trade Cloth)
9783527313709
standard identifier
9783527313709
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Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
abstract
Annotation This third volume in the series treats the physical aspects of polymers and colloids, including entropic attraction and ordering, inhomogeneous rod and platelet fluids, patterned substrates, and melting in two-dimensional colloid systems. Aimed at both graduate students and researchers in academia and industry, this is an introduction to the field as well as a concise reference for those already working in it.
catalogue key
11934521
target audience
Trade Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH
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Main Description
This third volume in the series treats the physical aspects of polymers and colloids, including entropic attraction and ordering, inhomogeneous rod and platelet fluids, patterned substrates, and melting in two-dimensional colloid systems. Aimed at both graduate students and researchers in academia and industry, this is an introduction to the field as well as a concise reference for those already working in it.
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Soft matter characterizes a large class of materials displaying strong interactions between their building blocks within the same molecule, but weak interactions between different molecules. This comprehensive third volume in the series treats the underlying principles, concepts and the phenomena of polymers and colloids, including entropic attraction and ordering, inhomogeneous rod and platelet fluids, patterned substrates, and melting in two-dimensional colloid systems. With contributions by top scientists from all over the world and aimed at both graduate students and researchers in academia and industry, this is an introduction to the field as well as a concise reference for those already working in it.
Bowker Data Service Summary
This text examines the underlying principles, concepts, and the phenomena of soft matter compounds.
Table of Contents
Entropic attraction and orderingp. 1
Phase transitions in two-dimensional colloidal systemsp. 41
Colloids on patterned substratesp. 87
Inhomogeneous platelet and rod fluidsp. 159
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