5 edition of Liquid interfaces in chemical, biological, and pharmaceutical applications found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Alexander G. Volkov.|
|Series||Surfactant science series -- v. 95.|
|Contributions||Volkov, Alexander G.|
|LC Classifications||QD509.L54 .L54 2001, QD509.L54 .L54 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 853 p. :|
|Number of Pages||853|
|LC Control Number||2001017433|
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Liquid Interfaces In Chemical, Biological And Pharmaceutical Applications (Surfactant Science) 1st Edition by Alexander G. Volkov (Author) out of 5 stars 1 ratingCited by: Book Description. Provides a comprehensive treatment of surface chemistry and its applications to chemical engineering, biology, and medicine.
Focuses on the chmical and physical structure of oil-water interfaces and membrane surfaces. Details interfacial potentials, ion solvation, and electrostatic instabilities in double layers. Molecular recognition of DNA and biosensor applications / K.
Nakano --Phospholipids at liquid-liquid interfaces and their effect on charge transfer / L. Murtomäki [and others] --Biocatalysis in liquid-liquid biphasic media: coupled mass transfer and chemical reactions / M.
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Liquid Interfaces in Chemical, Biological, and Pharmaceutical Applications. Surfactant Science Series. Volume 95 Edited by Alexander G. Volkov (Oakwood College).
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Volkov (ed) Liquid interfaces in chemical, biological, and pharmaceutical applications (Surfactant Science Series, Vol. 95) Dekker, New York, Basel. This text is intended for use as an introduction to both the theory of surface science and its applications in modern biology and chemistry.
The book attempts to explain the physical and chemical fundamentals of interfacial phenomena, and readers will find virtually all definitions and concepts needed to understand the role of interfaces in chemistry and biology.
Schmickler, The lattice gas and other simple models for liquid–liquid interfaces. In: Liquid Interfaces in Chemical, Biological and Pharmaceutical Applications, edited by A.G. Volkov, Marcel Dekker, New York, NY, Google Scholar. Dedicated attention is given to a novel active pharmaceutical ingredient-ionic liquid (API-IL) concept, which suggests using traditional drugs in the form of ionic liquid species.
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Parts II and III treat applications and measurements, and they explains the application of these properties and their influence and use for the development of.
effectiveness of pharmaceutical dosage forms is termed pharmaceutics. The proper design and formulation of a dosage form requires consideration of the physi- cal, chemical, and biologic characteristics of all of the drug substances and pharmaceutical ingredients to be used in fabricating the prod-uct.
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The liquid–liquid (sometimes liquid–gas) interface serves as a boundary of the compartment, excluding or minimizing the risk of fouling, e.g. (i) formation of biofilms during the cultivation of microbes or (ii) adsorption of chemical compounds on the surface during synthesis. The interface also reduces the physical contact with a surface of.
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Pharmacokinetics.phenomenon of liquid structuring that can occur in liquids within. nanoscale proximity of a solid surface. In this, and subsequent.
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