Phase Transitions & Critical Phenomena Vol. 16: Self-Assembling Amphiphilic Systems

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Although amphiphilic systems have attracted the interest of chemists and physicists for a long time, it is only recently that they have been studied experimentally in a systematic way. At the same time, the theoretical description of these systems has made considerable progress. This book describes that progress by focusing on three principal approaches to self-assembling amphiphilic systems: microscopic models; intermediate-length scale Ginzburg-Landau models; and large-length scale interfacial, or membrane-models. The ...

Phase Transitions & Critical Phenomena Vol. 16: Self-Assembling Amphiphilic Systems 1997, Academic Press

ISBN-13: 9780122203169

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