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Modern Approaches to Wettability : Theory and Applications - Malcolm E. Schrader

Modern Approaches to Wettability

Theory and Applications

By: Malcolm E. Schrader (Editor), George I. Loeb (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 31st October 1992
ISBN: 9780306439858
Number Of Pages: 452

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Striking a balance between applied and theoretical research, this work details many of the uses of wettability and interprets experimental data from a variety of viewpoints, including the 'separation of forces' and the 'equation of state approaches.'

The Modern Theory of Contact Angles and the Hydrogen Bond Components of Surface Energiesp. 1
The Long-Range Attraction between Macroscopic Hydrophobic Surfacesp. 29
High- and Medium-Energy Surfaces: Ultrahigh Vacuum Approachp. 53
Determination of the Surface Energy of Solids by the Two-Liquid-Phase Methodp. 73
The Equation of State Approach to Interfacial Tensionsp. 101
Thermal Reconstruction of the Functionalized Interface of Polyethelene Carboxylic Acid and Its Derivativesp. 143
Block Copolymers and Hydrophilicityp. 179
Wettability and Bioadhesion in Ophthalmologyp. 213
Wettability of Surfaces in the Oral Cavityp. 249
Wettability as a Surface Signal for Sessile Aquatic Organismsp. 263
Wettability of Clay Mineralsp. 279
Penetration and Displacement in Capillary Systemsp. 327
The Wetting Behavior of Fibersp. 359
Wettability Phenomena and Coatingsp. 375
Spreading on Liquids: Effect of Surface Tension Sinks on the Behavior of Stagnant Liquid Layersp. 397
Nucleation on Smooth Surfacesp. 423
Indexp. 435
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ISBN: 9780306439858
ISBN-10: 0306439859
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 452
Published: 31st October 1992
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.85

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