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Soft Matter under Exogenic Impacts / Edition 1

Soft Matter under Exogenic Impacts / Edition 1

by Sylwester J. Rzoska, Victor A. Mazur


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ISBN-13: 9781402058714
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 05/14/2007
Series: Nato Science Series II: , #242
Edition description: 2007
Pages: 479
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

Part I: General Issues. Asteroid impact in the black sea; a black scenario; R.D.Schuiling et al.- The conductivity of hydrogen in extreme conditions; V. T. Shvets et al.- Dynamic Crossover and liquid- liquid critical point in the TIP5P model of water ;P. Kumar et al.- Amorphization of ice by collapse under pressure, vibrational properties and ultraviscous water at 1 GPa ;G. P. Johari et al.- Coupled ordering in soft matter: competition of mesoscales and dynamics of coupled fluctuations; M.A.Anisimov.- All standard theories and models of glass transition appear to be inadequate: missing some essential physics; K L. Ngai.-Part II: Glass forming liquids. Positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy and atomistic modeling - effective tools for the disordered condensed systems characterization; J, Bartoš et al.- Segmental and chain dynamics in Polymers; C. M Roland and R. Casalini.-Isobaric and Isochoric properties of glass-formers; R. Casalini and C. MRoland.-Molecular structure and relaxation processes in diisooctyl phthalate and diisooctyl maleate; S. Pawlus et al.- Orientationally disordered glassy phases; J. Ll.. Tamarit et al.- Part III: Liquid Crystals.Glassy dynamics ofrod — like liquid crystals: the influence of molecular structure; A. Drozd-Rzosk et al.- Ordering effects on dynamics in glassforming mixture ofliquid crystals; M Mierzwa et al.- Nonlinear dielectric spectroscopy near SmA - SmC* transition in ferrolectic liquid crystal DOBAMBC ;S. J. Rzoska and A. Drozd-Rzoska.-Confined liquid crystaline 5CB — combined temperature and high pressures dielectric relaxation studies; S. Pawlus et al.-Annihilation of defects in liquid crystals;M Svetec et al.-Waves at the nematic-isotropic interface: nematic—non-nematic and polymer-nematic mixtures; V. Popa-Nita, T. J. Siuckin.- Part IV: Critical Liquids. Global phase behaviour of supercritical water — environmentally significant organic chemicals mixtures; S. V. Artemenko and V. A.. Mazur.- Properties of water near its critical point; V. Kulinskii, and N. Maiomuzh.-Fluctuational equation of state and slopes of critical curves near the critical point of solvent; V. Rogankov and 0. Byutner.-Combined models of thermophysical properties along the coexistence curve; E. E. Uszjuzhanin et al.-Intermolecular potential for simple liquids and gases in the high pressure region; V. Yu.Bardic et al.-Homogeneous nucleation and growth from highly supersaturated vapor by molecular dynamics simulation; N Lümmen et al.-How to generate and measure negative pressure in liquids?;A. R. Imre.- Indirect methods to study liquid-liquid miscibility in binary liquids under negative pressure; A. R. Imre et al.-Part V: Bio-liquids and related problems. Critical properties of soft matter at restricted geometry as emerging problem: fundamentals and biological applications; A. V. Chalyi et al.-Water-biomolecule systems under extreme conditions: From confinement to pressure effects; M-C. Bellissent-Funel.- Recent progresses in understanding of water interacting with biomolecules, and inside living cells and tissues; R. C. Ford and J. Li.- Self-assembly of polypeptides. The effect of thermodynamic confinement; G. Floudas and P. Papadopoulos.-Coulomb liquids under electric field — application of a new computer simulation method; E. S. Yakub.- Solvation effect in near-critical polar liquids; A. Onuki.-

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