The Structure of Some Lecithin Monolayers at the Air/Water Interface
Generally, the monolayers are considered as halves of bilayers, and their physical properties can be compared to those of the biological membranes. Moreover, these systems fit to mimic biomembranes, providing considerable insight into the structural and functional role of their constituents, such as lecithins.
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