Titel: Interfacial Phenomena
Equilibrium and Dynamic Effects, Second Edition.
2 New edition.
5 Halftones, black and white; 13 Tables, black and white; 165 Illustrations, black and white.
Taylor & Francis Inc
8. Oktober 2007 - gebunden - 524 Seiten
Offers a summary of the governing principles in interfacial interactions, emphasizing equilibrium phenomena, flow, transport, and stability. This book features a chapter on mass transfer measurements and key experimental techniques for the determination of microstructure in colloidal dispersion and surfactant systems.
FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERFACIAL TENSION Introduction to Interfacial Phenomena Interfacial Tension: Qualitative Considerations Interfacial Tension: Thermodynamic Approach Interfacial Tension: Mechanical Approach Density and Concentration Profiles Equilibrium Shapes of Fluid Interfaces Methods of Measuring Interfacial Tension Surface Tension of Binary Mixtures Surfactants Solid-Fluid Interfaces FUNDAMENTALS OF WETTING, CONTACT ANGLE, AND ADSORPTION Young's Equation Work of Adhesion and Work of Cohesion Phenomenological Theories of Equilibrium Contact Angles Acid-Base Interaction Contact Angle Hysteresis Adsorption Density Profiles in Liquid Films on Solids Characterizing Solid Surfaces COLLOIDAL DISPERSIONS Attractive Forces Electrical Interaction Colloids of All Shapes and Sizes Combined Attractive and Electrical Interaction: DLVO Theory Effect of Polymer Molecules on the Stability of Colloidal Dispersions Kinetics of Coagulation SURFACTANTS Micelle Formation Variation of CMC for Pure Surfactants and Surfactant Mixtures Other Phases Involving Surfactants Formation of Complexes Between Surfactants and Polymers Surface Films of Insoluble Substrates Solubilization and Microemulsions Phase Behavior and Interfacial Tension for Oil-Water-Surfactant Systems Effect of Composition Changes Thermodynamics of Microemulsions Applications of Surfactants: Emulsions Applications of Surfactants: Detergency Chemical Reactions in Micellar Solutions and Microemulsions INTERFACES IN MOTION: STABILITY AND WAVE MOTION Linear Analysis of Interfacial Stability Damping of Capillary Wave Motion by Insoluble Surfactants Instability of Fluid Cylinders or Jets Oscillating Jet Stability and Wave Motion of Thin Liquid Films: Foams Energy and Force Methods for Thermodynamic Stability of Interfaces Interfacial Stability for Fluids in Motion: Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability Waves on a Falling Liquid Film TRANSPORT EFFECTS ON INTERFACIAL PHENOMENA Interfacial Tension Variation Interfacial Species Mass Balance and Energy Balance Interfacial Instability for a Liquid Heated from Below or Cooled from Above Interfacial Instability During Mass Transfer Other Phenomena Influenced by Marangoni Flow Nonequilibrium Interfacial Tensions Effect of Surfactant Transport on Wave Motion Stability of Moving Interfaces with Phase Transformation Stability of Moving Interfaces with Chemical Reaction Intermediate Phase Formation Transport-Related Spontaneous Emulsification Interfacial Mass Transfer Resistance Other Interfacial Phenomena Involving Dispersed Phase Formation DYNAMIC INTERFACES Surfaces Basic Equations of Fluid Mechanics Flow Past a Droplet Asymptotic Analysis Dip Coating Spherical Drop Revisited Surface Rheology Drainage of Thin Liquid Films Dynamic Contact Lines Slip Thin and Ultrathin Films SIZE, SHAPE, STRUCTURE, DIFFUSIVITY, AND MASS TRANSFER Probing with Light More Light Diffraction Diffusion Dynamic Light Scattering NMR Self-Diffusion Coefficient *Each chapter provides an Introduction, General Topic and Text References, and Problems. Worked examples also appear throughout the chapters.
Rice University, Houston, Texas, USA University of Missouri-Rolla, USA
This updated version remains as relevant and valuable now as did the first edition ... -J.R.A. Pearson, BP Institute, University of Cambridge, Journal of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Nov. 2008, Vol. 54, No. 11