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This continues to be true of the second edition, and many of the revisions I have made are attempts to make the book even more useful than its predecessor to student readers.
In addition, colloid and surface science continue to flourish. In preparing the second edition I have also attempted to open up the coverage to include some of the newer topics from an ever-broadening field. A number of differences between the first and second editions can be cited which are readily traceable to either one or both of the foregoing considerations.
Two new chapters have been added which explore - via micelles and related structures and metal surfaces under ultra-high vacuum- both wet and dry facets of colloids and surfaces. Although neither of these areas is new, both are experiencing an upsurge of activity as new instrumentation is developed and new applications are found.
Principles of Colloid and Surface Chemistry, Revised and Expanded
A number of chapters have been overhauled so thoroughly that they bear only minor resemblance to their counterparts in the first edition. The thermodynamics of polymer solutions is introduced in connection with osmometry and the drainage and spatial extension of polymer coils is discussed in connection with viscosity.
The treatment of contact angle is expanded so that it is presented on a more equal footing with surface tension in the presentation of liquid surfaces. Another purpose was to bridge the gap between physical chemistry and the literature. These goals seem t o he accomplished. There is a balance between the theoretical foundations and experimental methods.
Major concepts are illustrated with example problems throughout t h e hook.
A large number of practical problems are found a t the end of each chapter. The first portion Chapters is related to particle characterization with respect to molecular weight.
The topics include sedimentation. Kimtein's Lnw oi Viscwitv. AdlurptL,n, properfir? This hroadspectrum of topics makes this work a good reference for the biological sciences as well as physics, material science, and polymer science. The final chapters of the book have a thorough presentation of Van der Waals forces of attraction as related t o flocculation.
The electric douhle layer along with the Debye-H"cke1 approximation for the double layer , Gouy-Chapman Theory, DLVO Theory, and electrokinetic phenomena including the zeta potential, electro-osmosis, and applications are covered. The book is well written and readable. The material is presented in a very thorough manner. The fact that this single source includes such a wide selection of topics, each discussed in a rigorous manner, makes it a valuable contribution to the discipline.
Toggle navigation Additional Book Information. The Journal of Textile Studies proclaims "High praise from peers. Table of Contents Colloid and surface chemistry - scope and variables; sedimentation and diffusion and their equilibrium; solution thermodynamics - osmotic and Donnan equilibria; the rheology of dispersions; static and dynamic light scattering and other radiation scattering; surface tension and contact angle - application to pure substances; adsorption from solution and monolayer formation; colloidal structures in surfactant solutions - association colloids; adsorption at gas-solid interfaces; van der Waals forces; the electrical double layer and double-layer interactions; electrophoresis and other electrokinetic phenomena; electrostatic and polymer-induced colloid stability; appendix A - examples of expansions encountered in this book; appendix B - units - CGS-SI interconversions; appendix C - statistics of discrete and continuous distributions of data; appendix D - list of worked-out examples.
Reviews "High praise from peers. The most striking, perhaps, is the introduction of short 'vignettes. This is a fine revision of a fine book. Highly recommended. Request an e-inspection copy. Share this Title. Related Titles. Interfacial Phenomena: Equilibrium and Dynamic Effects, Second Edition. Polymer Interfaces and Emulsions. Colloid and Surface Chemistry:As a consequence, these traditional categories could be used as the basis for organization in a book of this sort.
The overall treatment of the subiect is rutorial, s,stematlc, and ronsistent. Norio Ise Rengo Corp. Marcel Dekker: New York. The references at the end of each chapter have been grouped into two sets, one containing annotated general references usually other textbooks, monographs or review articles and the second with special references of narrower scope. Fitch S.
Chapter 7 now includes an introduction to structural transitions in Langmuir layers and examples of applications of Langmuir and Langmuir-Blodgett films.