Fundamentals of Interfacial Engineering

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John Wiley & Sons, 1997 - Science - 701 pages
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"Fundamentals of Interfacial Engineering" provides chemical, electronic, mechanical, and biomedical engineers with a coherent, integrated introduction to the fundamental concepts that relate to interfacial phenomena with applications to different processes and product situations. This book emphasizes the importance of intermolecular forces in holding materials together within a bulk phase or across an interface. It outlines the fundamental intermolecular interactions that occur in all interfacial systems. The work also describes the properties, processing, and behavior of fluid interfacial systems and treats solid surfaces and interfaces.
In addition to being of direct industrial relevance, this book will provide engineering instructors with an excellent starting point for planning curriculum development in this important area.
 

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Contents

R Molar gas constant
8
Interaction Forces in Interfacial Systems
9
Are Computed for DipoleDipole
23
Bibliography
42
General Properties of Systems
45
Bibliography
103
Equation of Motion for a Moving Control
111
Faraday constant
115
Process
407
Bibliography
453
General Properties of Crystalline Solid
457
Determining the Structure of Many
471
Thin FilmsSolidSolid Interfaces
527
Lower Temperatures
564
Bibliography
620
Determined by the Density of Unsatisfied
633

Bibliography
188
Appendix 4C DiffusionControlled
195
Amphiphilic SystemsLiquidLiquid
201
Formed by the Breakup of Bilayers
236
Bibliography
268
Composites
388
Liquid Coating Processes
399
Other Phases Lead to Different Microstructural
649
Bibliography
667
Elastomer Deformation
673
Plastic Deformation at Low Temperatures
679
Index
685
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