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This new book celebrates a decade for this popular series on dynamics in small confining systems. The book covers a broad range of topics related to static and dynamic properties of confining systems: probing of confined systems, structure and dynamics of liquids at interfaces, nanorheology and tribology, adsorption, diffusion in pores, polymers and membranes, dielectric relaxation and biological aspects. Participants from various disciplines share different points of view on the questions of how ultrasmall ...
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Overview

This new book celebrates a decade for this popular series on dynamics in small confining systems. The book covers a broad range of topics related to static and dynamic properties of confining systems: probing of confined systems, structure and dynamics of liquids at interfaces, nanorheology and tribology, adsorption, diffusion in pores, polymers and membranes, dielectric relaxation and biological aspects. Participants from various disciplines share different points of view on the questions of how ultrasmall geometries can force a system to behave in ways significantly different from its behavior in the bulk, how this difference affects molecular properties, and how it is probed.
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Proceedings from a November 2000 symposium held in Boston in which participants from various disciplines explored a broad range of topics related to static and dynamic properties of confining systems including probing of confined systems, structure and dynamics of liquids at interfaces, nanorheology and tribology, adsorption, diffusion in pores, polymers and membranes, dielectric relaxation and biological aspects. Forty-three contributions appear in the book in the order of their presentation at the symposium. A sampling of topics: anomalous diffusion in active intracellular transport; reaction kinetics effects on reactive wetting; tribological behavior of very thin confined films; electrokinetic phenomena in montmorillonite; Cayley tree random walk dynamics; ordered morphologies of confined diblock copolymers; and propagation dynamics of a particle phase in a single-fine pore. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781558995611
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/2001
  • Series: MRS Proceedings Series
  • Pages: 334
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings
Anomalous Diffusion in Active Intracellular Transport
Structure of Charged Polymer Chains in Confined Geometry
Enzymes and Cells Confined in Silica Nanopores
Dynamics of Sol-Gel Clusters and Branched Polymers
Computational Study of Polymerization in Carbon Nanotubes
Synchrotron X-ray Studies of Molecular Ordering in Confined Liquids
Modeling Gas Separation Membranes
Probing Dynamics of Water Molecules in Mesoscopic Disordered Media by NMR Dispersion and 3D Simulations in Reconstructed Confined Geometries
Flow, Diffusion, Dispersion, and Thermal Convection in Percolation Clusters: NMR Experiments and Numerical FEM/FVM Simulations
Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Confined Glass Forming Liquids
Sliding Friction Between Polymer-Brush-Bearing Surfaces: Crossover From Brush-Brush Interfacial Shear to Polymer-Substrate Slip
Probing Confining Geometries With Molecular Diffusion: A Revisited Analysis of NMR-PGSE Experiments
Proton Spin-Relaxation Induced by Localized Spin-Dynamical Coupling in Proteins and in Other Imperfectly Packed Solids
Reaction Kinetics Effects on Reactive Wetting
Friction and the Continuum Limit - Where is the Boundary?
Local Environment of Surface-Polyelectrolyte-Bound DNA Oligomers
Towards a Microscopic Description of Friction
Tribological Behavior of Very Thin Confined Films
Mechanical, Adhesive and Thermodynamic Properties of Hollow Nanoparticles
Velocity Distribution of Electrons Escaping From a Potential Well
Static Friction Between Elastic Solids due to Random Asperities
Observation of Laser Speckle Effects in an Elementary Chemical Reaction
Mechanical Measurements at a Submicrometric Scale: Viscoelastic Materials
Adsorption in Ordered Porous Silicon: A Reconsideration of the Origin of the Hysteresis Phenomenon in the Light of New Experimental Observations
Electrokinetic Phenomena in Montmorillonite
Spectroscopic Studies of Liquid Crystals Confined in Sol-Gel Matrices
Surface and Volume Diffusion of Water in Oil in Porous Media by Field Cycling Nuclear Relaxation and PGSE NMR
Cayley Tree Random Walk Dynamics
Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Shear Induced Melting of a Thin Lubrication Film Trapped Between Solids
Spectrophotometric Observations of Gel-Free Reaction Front Kinetics in Confined Geometry
A Grand Canonical Monte-Carlo Study of Argon Adsorption/Condensation in Mesoporous Silica Glasses: Application to the Characterization of Porous Materials
Hydrocarbon Reactions in Carbon Nanotubes: Pyrolysis
Molecular Dynamics and Relaxation Methods in the Stability Calculations for the Study of Distortions of Confined Nematic Liquid Crystals
The Influence of Boundary Conditions and Surface Layer Thickness on Dielectric Relaxation of Liquid Crystals Confined in Cylindrical Pores
Mechanism for Ferromagnetic Resonance Line Width Broadening in Nickel-Zinc Ferrite
Studies of Temperature-Dependent Excimer-Monomer Conversion in Dendrimeric Antenna Supermolecules by Fluorescence Spectroscopy
Ordered Morphologies of Confined Diblock Copolymers
Anomalous Surface Conformation for Polymeric Gas-Hydrate-Crystal Inhibitors
Spatial Fluctuations and the Flipping of the Genetic Switch in a Cellular System
Rock Wetting Condition Inferred From Dielectric Response
Propagation Dynamics of a Particle Phase in a Single-File Pore
Relaxation Method Simulation of Confined Polymer Dispersed Liquid Crystals in an External Field
Transport Properties in Ionic Media
Author Index
Subject Index
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