The colloidal domain: where physics, chemistry, biology, and technology meet
The Colloidal Domain, Second Edition is an indispensable professional resource for chemists and chemical engineers working in an array of industries, including petrochemicals, food, agricultural, ceramic, coatings, forestry, and paper products. It is also a superb educational tool for advanced undergraduate and graduate-level students of physical chemistry and chemical engineering.
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Solutes and Solvents SelfAssembly
Surface Free Energy
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