Theory of Colloid and Interfacial Electric Phenomena
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Theory of Colloid and Interfacial Electric Phenomena

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ISBN-13:
9780123706423
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.10.2006
Seiten:
473
Autor:
Hiroyuki Ohshima
Gewicht:
993 g
Format:
245x166x23 mm
Serie:
12, Interface Science and Technolo
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Presents the fundamentals and developments in colloid and interfacial electric phenomena. This work provides theoretical background and interpretation of electrokinetic phenomena and approximate analytic formulas describing various colloid and interfacial electric phenomena. It also provides an interpretation of electrokinetic phenomena.
Part I: Electrical double layer Part II: Electrokinetic phenomana Part III: Double layer interaction of colloidal particles Part IV: Other electric phenomana
Theory of Colloid and Interfacial Electric Phenomena is written for scientists, engineers, and graduate students who want to study the fundamentals and current developments in colloid and interfacial electric phenomena, and their relation to stability of suspensions of colloidal particles and nanoparticles in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology. The primary purpose of this book is to help understand how the knowledge on the structure of electrical double layers, double layer interactions, and electrophoresis of charged particles will be important to understand various interfacial electric phenomena and to improves the readers skill and save time in the study of interfacial electric phenomena. Also providing theoretical background and interpretation of electrokinetic phenomena and many approximate analytic formulas describing various colloid and interfacial electric phenomena, which will be useful and helpful to understand these phenomena analyse experimental data. * showing the fundamentals and developments in the field* first book to describe electrokinetics of soft particles* providing theoretical background and interpretation of electrokinetic phenomena