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Structure And Dynamics Of Materials In The Mesoscopic Domain - Proceedings Of The Fourth Royal Society-unilever Indo-uk Forum In Materials Science And Engineering - Royal Society-unilever Indo-uk Forum In Materials Science And Engineering 4 (Hardback)
  • Structure And Dynamics Of Materials In The Mesoscopic Domain - Proceedings Of The Fourth Royal Society-unilever Indo-uk Forum In Materials Science And Engineering - Royal Society-unilever Indo-uk Forum In Materials Science And Engineering 4 (Hardback)
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Structure And Dynamics Of Materials In The Mesoscopic Domain - Proceedings Of The Fourth Royal Society-unilever Indo-uk Forum In Materials Science And Engineering - Royal Society-unilever Indo-uk Forum In Materials Science And Engineering 4 (Hardback)

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Hardback 364 Pages / Published: 05/10/1999
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The mesoscopic domain encompasses structures that are best described in terms of the time and length scales which lie between the two extremes of the molecular and the phenomenological description of materials. Important examples of such structures are self-assemblies, emulsions, gels, colloids aggregates and macromolecules networks. Discussing the key advances made in recent years in our understanding of both equilibrium and dynamic aspects of mesoscopic structures, most talks at the conference were given by world class researchers in the field, who included, among others, Prof J S Higgins, CBE, FRS (Imperial College, London), Prof D Frenkel (FOM, Amsterdam), Prof M E Cates (Edinburgh), Prof R C Ball (Warwick), Prof S Ramaswamy (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore), Prof R Pandit (Bangalore), Dr J A Yeomans (Oxford), Prof S Puri (JNU, New Delhi), Dr D Langevin (CRPP, Bordeaux), and Prof W G M Agterof (Unilever Research, Vlaardingen).

Publisher: Imperial College Press
ISBN: 9781860941900
Number of pages: 364
Weight: 621 g
Dimensions: 230 x 162 x 25 mm

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