By Ramanathan Nagarajan

content material: PREFACE ; 1. AMPHIPHILIC SURFACTANTS AND AMPHIPHILIC POLYMERS: ideas OF MOLECULAR meeting ; R. NAGARAJAN ; 2. PYRIDINIUM AMPHIPHILES IN GENE supply - current AND views ; MARC A. ILIES, TIFFANY V. SOMMERS, LI CHING HE, ADRIAN KIZEWSKI, AND VISHNU DUTT SHARMA ; three. synthetic POLYMERS MIMIC BACTERIOPHAGE CAPSID PROTEINS to guard AND FUNCTIONALIZE NUCLEIC ACID buildings ; DAVID B. ROBINSON, GEORGE M. BUFFLEBEN, MICHAEL S. KENT, AND RONALD N. ZUCKERMANN ; four. SCREENING OF uncomplicated homes OF AMPHIPHILIC MOLECULAR buildings FOR COLLOIDAL process FORMATION AND balance ; HARY RAZAFINDRALAMBO, CHRISTOPHE BLECKER, AND MICHEL PAQUOT ; five. LEVO VS. DEXTRO ; P. LO NOSTRO, N. PERUZZI, L. GIUSTINI, AND P. BAGLIONI ; 6. OIL-IN-OIL-EMULSIONS: tailored AMPHIPOLAR EMULSIFIERS ; M. S. HOFFMANN, R. HASCHICK, M. KLAPPER, AND ok. MULLEN ; 7. FLUORINATED HYDROGEN BONDED ELECTROLYTES OF PVA/NAFION(R) AND PAH/NAFION(R) COMPLEXES ; TAREK R. FARHAT ; eight. constitution FORMATION OF ADSORPTION LAYERS OF IONIC-AMPHIPHILIC COPOLYMERS ON INORGANIC AND natural PIGMENT SURFACES AS STUDIED via ESA ; CLAUS D. EISENBACH, NIKOLAY BULYCHEV, KLAUS DIRNBERGER, BART DERVAUX, FILIP E. DUPREZ, AND VITALI ZUBOV ; nine. SALT focus DEPENDENCE OF SWELLING STATES FOR POLY(SULFOBETAINE) BRUSH AT AQUEOUS answer INTERFACE ; YUKI TERAYAMA, MORIYA KIKUCHI, KOJI MITAMURA, MOTOYASU KOBAYASHI, NORIFUMI L. YAMADA, AND ATSUSHI TAKAHARA ; 10. ULTRASONIC RHEOLOGY OF MIXED-PHASE platforms ; THOMAS J. LANE ; eleven. influence OF HYDROPHOBIZATION OF GOLD QCM-D CRYSTALS ON SURFACTANT ADSORPTION on the SOLID-LIQUID INTERFACE ; MONA MARIE KNOCK AND LAURIE S. SANII ; 12. THERMALLY handled OCTADECYLPHOSPHONIC ACID skinny movie GROWN ON SS316L AND ITS balance IN AQUEOUS atmosphere ; MIN SOO LIM, KATELYN J. SMILEY, AND ELLEN S. GAWALT ; thirteen. AMPHIPHILIC INVERTIBLE POLYMERS (AIPS) ; A. KOHUT, L. SIEBURG, S. VASYLYEV, O. KUDINA, I. HEVUS, S. STAFSLIEN, J. DANIELS, V. KISLENKO, AND A. VORONOV ; 14. SURFACE-ATTACHED, POLYMERIZED VESICLES EXPOSING ADHESIVE PEPTIDE FUNCTIONALITIES ; MARKUS BIESALSKI, KAMLESH SHROFF, AND PIETER SAMYN ; 15. SYNTHESIS OF LARGE-PORE PERIODIC MESOPOROUS ORGANOSILICAS utilizing HEXANE AS SWELLING AGENT ; MANIK MANDAL AND MICHAL KRUK ; sixteen. TEMPLATE-FREE SYNTHESIS AND IN SITU FUNCTIONALIZATION OF NANOCAPSULES ; RAMJEE BALASUBRAMANIAN AND ZAHAROULA M. KALAITZIS ; 17. SYNTHESIS OF OIL CORE/POLYMER-SHELL debris through MINIEMULSION TEMPLATING ; THORSTEINN ADALSTEINSSON, E. V. FETTE, A. PHAM, J. okay. BLACK, L. E. TRACY, C. P. ROCHE, AND J. B. PESAVENTO ; 18. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATIONS OF NANOPARTICLES AND SURFACTANTS AT OIL/WATER INTERFACES ; R. J. okay. UDAYANA RANATUNGA, CHUONG T. NGUYEN, CHI-CHENG CHIU, WATARU SHINODA, AND STEVEN O. NIELSEN ; EDITOR'S BIOGRAPHY ; INDEXES ; writer INDEX ; topic INDEX

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