By Hiroyuki Ohshima
This ebook relies on a joint undertaking of the guts for Colloid and Interface technology, learn Institute for technological know-how and expertise, Tokyo collage of technological know-how, and the Electrokinetic Society of Japan. Kunio Furusawa and Hiroyuki Ohshima edited electric Phenomena at Interfaces (1990; second version, 1998); even supposing this publication has the same identify, it's on different thoughts. This booklet is written for scientists, engineers, and graduate scholars who are looking to research theoretical and experimental facets of electric phenomena at interfaces and biointerfaces. The primary goal of this e-book is to bridge 3 various fields: nano-, bio-, and environmental sciences. As a foundation of those 3 varied fields, the certainty of electric phenomena at interfaces and biointerfaces is turning into increasingly more important.
This booklet is split into 3 elements. half I comprises the basics of electric phenomena at interfaces and biointerfaces. elements II and III deal with many themes during this box, together with purposes in nano- and environmental sciences (Part II) and purposes in biosciences (Part III).
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15 represents the frictional forces exerted on the liquid flow by the polymer segments in the polyelectrolyte layer, and γ is the frictional coefficient. If it is assumed that each resistance center corresponds to a polymer segment, which in turn is regarded as a sphere of radius ap and the polymer segments are distributed at a uniform volume density of Np in the polyelectrolyte layer, then each polymer segment exerts the Stokes resistance 6πηapu on the liquid flow in the polyelectrolyte layer so that γ = 6πη ap N p .
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