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© 2006

Smart Colloidal Materials

  • Editors
  • Walter Richtering
Conference proceedings

Part of the Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science book series (PROGCOLLOID, volume 133)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-VII
  2. Polymer Particles and Capsules

    1. Daoji Gan, L. Andrew Lyon
      Pages 1-8
    2. Juergen Siepmann, Florence Siepmann
      Pages 15-21
    3. Magalie Faivre, Clement Campillo, Annie Viallat, Brigitte Pepin-Donat
      Pages 41-44
  3. Polyelectrolytes, Colloidal Interactions

  4. Surfactants

    1. D. Weaire, S. Hutzler, W. Drenckhan, A. Saugey, S. J. Cox
      Pages 100-105
    2. Hui Ning, Simone Wiegand, Rio Kita
      Pages 111-115
    3. Taegyu Shin, Gerhard H. Findenegg, Astrid Brandt
      Pages 116-122

About these proceedings

Keywords

Adsorption Base Colloids Diffusion Materials Polymer Polymers Styrol-Acrylnitril-Copolymerisat

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Reviews

From the reviews:

"Smart Colloidal Materials Volume covers a broad field including the investigation of synthesis and properties of advanced temperature sensitive particles and their biomedical applications, drug delivery systems, foams, capsules, vesicles and gels, polyelectrolytes, nanoparticles surfactants and hybrid materials. … these volumes address issues that researchers actually struggle with when they are working on polymer surfaces and thin films and colloidal materials. … ideal for experienced researchers who need to catch up with these newer methods and trends. Terrifically useful volumes in the publisher’s series." (Current Engineering Practice, 2007)

"... The format and size of the volumes are admirably suited to easy reading and reference. The contributions are representative of the diversity of research topics in colloid and polymer science, and well supported by references. Scientists and graduate students in polymer and materials science, physics of colloids and polymers will welcome the discussion (in Characterization of Polymer Surfaces and Thin Films volume) of surface sensitive techniques and their application to polymer surface and thin film characterization as well as recent examples of technologically relevant materials and process development. ... I really like that these volumes address issues that researchers actually struggle with when they are working on polymer surfaces and thin films and colloidal materials. It is clear that the authors have spent significant amounts of time considering how best to present this information. I would tell my colleagues who don't consider themselves experts in polymer surface characterization and colloidal materials to buy themselves a present - these two volumes. These are ideal for experiences researchers who need to catch up with these newer methods and trends. Terrifically useful volumes in the publisher's series. (Current Engineering Practice, 2007, P. SV16-SV17, 480506 / S8)