5 edition of Biopolymers, liquid crystalline polymers, phase emulsion found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||with contributions by B.A. Armitage ... [et al.].|
|Series||Advances in polymer science ;, 126|
|Contributions||Armitage, B. A.|
|LC Classifications||QD281.P6 F6 no. 126|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
|ISBN 10||3540604847, 0387604847|
|LC Control Number||96159642|
Liquid crystallinity in polymers may occur either by dissolving a polymer in a solvent (lyotropic liquid-crystal polymers) or by heating a polymer above its glass or melting transition point (thermotropic liquid-crystal polymers).Liquid-crystal polymers are present in melted/liquid . Publisher Summary. Biopolymers play a central role in the stability of oil-in-water food emulsions. In recent years, there have been significant advances in statistical ab initio theories of steric interactions of polymers between surfaces. The lattice-based theory of Scheutjens and Fleer (S-F theory) provides a useful framework for discussing the relative interaction effects of food polymers.
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This review discusses liquid crystal phase formation by biopolymers in solution. Lyotropic mesophases have been observed for several classes of biopolymer including DNA, peptides, polymer / peptide Cited by: Polymer Science and Engineering. This note explains the following topics: Introduction to Polymer Science, Chain Structure and Configuration, Molecular Weights and Sizes, Concentrated Solutions and Phase Separation Behavior, The Amorphous State, The Crystalline State, Polymers in the Liquid Crystalline State, Glass-Rubber Transition Behavior, Cross-linked Polymers .
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Book. Part of the Advances in Polymer Science book series (POLYMER, volume ) Chapters Table of contents (4 chapters) About Bioplymers Biopolymere Flüssigkristalline Polymere Lipid Liquid Crystalline Polymers Macrmolecules Makromoleküle Polymer biopolymers.
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[Bruce A Armitage; Akihiro Abe; Henri C Benoît; Hans-Joachim Cantow; Paolo Corradini; Karel Dus̆ek; Samuel Frederick. Advances in Polymer Science Biopolymers Liquid Crystalline Polymers Phase Emulsion Edited by Akihiro Abe (Tokyo Institute of Polytechnics).
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Podívejte se i na další z miliónů zahraničních knih v naší. This article reviews the following solution properties of liquid-crystalline stiff-chain polymers: (1) osmotic pressure and osmotic compressibility, (2) phase behavior involving liquid crystal phase(s), (3) orientational order parameter, (4) translational and rotational diffusion coefficients, (5) zero-shear viscosity Cited by: Cameron N.R., Sherrington D.C.
() High internal phase emulsions (HIPEs) — Structure, properties and use in polymer preparation. In: Biopolymers Liquid Crystalline Polymers Phase Emulsion. Advances in Polymer Cited by: The edition of this authoritative guide on liquid crystalline polymer (LCP) science was produced in response to the wealth of new material generated in the field.
It takes the reader through the theoretical underpinnings to real-world applications of LCP technology in a logical, well-integrated manner.
A chapter on liquid biopolymers. Physical trapping of a hydrophobic liquid oil in a matrix of water-soluble biopolymers was achieved using a facile two-step process by first formulating a surfactant-free oil-in-water emulsion stabilized by biopolymers (a protein and a polysaccharide) followed by complete removal of the water phase (by either high- or low-temperature drying of the emulsion Cited by: Handbook of Sustainable Polymers: Structure and Chemistry; [PDF] Structure and Chemistry of Crystalline Solids - Removed; [PDF] Biopolymers.
Liquid Crystalline Polymers. Phase Emulsion (Advances in Polymer. Their liquid crystalline structure is envisaged to have a very important role in their biological functions and self assembly processes. In order to get a better insight into biological processes at supramolecular level it is very important to have, in depth, knowledge of properties of liquid crystalline Cited by: In foods, the two immiscible liquids are usually an oil phase and a watery phase (although this is not always necessary).
Emulsions can be conveniently classified according to the relative organization of the two immiscible phases (McClements, ).A system consisting of oil droplets dispersed in a watery phase is called an oil-in-water (O/W) emulsion Cited by: Liquid crystal phase formation by biopolymers I.
Hamley*ab Received 13th NovemberAccepted 4th February First published as an Advance Article on the web 24th February In addition to its characteristic stabilizing action at the oil–water or air–water interface, the dual particle/polymer nature of the pH-responsive microgel makes it uniquely suitable for stabilizing the liquid interface in a water-in-water emulsion made from a phase-separated system of thermodynamically incompatible polymers Cited by: High Internal Phase Emulsions (HIPEs) - Structure, Properties and Use in Polymer Preparation Chapter in Advances in Polymer Science January with 2, Reads How we measure.
Emulsion Formation, Stability, and Rheology Tharwat F. Tadros Introduction Emulsions are a class of disperse systems consisting of two immiscible liquids [1–3].
The liquid droplets (the disperse phase) are dispersed in a liquid medium (the continuous phase File Size: KB. Partially miscible polymers in solution do not separate into two macroscopic phases; in general they behave as viscoelastic fluids containing droplets of the minority phase dispersed into a continuous majority phase (emulsion type systems).
Both phases contain two types of polymers Cited by:. Tsuruta T. () Contemporary topics in polymeric materials for biomedical applications. In: Biopolymers Liquid Crystalline Polymers Phase Emulsion. Advances in Polymer Science, vol Cited by: Liquid Crystalline Polymers: Volume 1-Structure and Chemistry; Liquid Crystalline and Mesomorphic Polymers (Partially Ordered Systems) Processing and Properties of Liquid Crystalline Polymers and LCP Based Blends; [PDF] Biopolymers.
Liquid Crystalline Polymers. Phase Emulsion (Advances in Polymer.This review discusses liquid crystal phase formation by biopolymers in solution. Lyotropic mesophases have been observed for several classes of biopolymer including DNA, peptides, polymer/peptide Author: Ian W Hamley.