By Robin Helburn, Mark Vitha
content material: PREFACE ; 1. THE "INTERFACE" IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY: review AND ancient viewpoint ; R. S. HELBURN ; 2. DEFINING THE MICELLE/WATER INTERFACE utilizing COMPUTATIONAL AND EXPERIMENTAL effects ; MARK F. VITHA ; DRAKE college, division OF CHEMISTRY, DES MOINES, IOWA 50311 ; three. CHARACTERIZING THE MICELLE/WATER AND VESICLE/WATER INTERFACE utilizing SOLVATOCHROMISM AND LINEAR SOLVATION strength RELATIONSHIPS ; MARK F. VITHA ; four. SUPPORTED LIPID BILAYER ELECTROPHORESIS FOR SEPARATION AND ANALYTICAL reviews OF cellphone MEMBRANE BIOMOLECULES ; SUSAN DANIEL AND LING CHAO ; five. NEW methods TO MONOLITHIC COLUMNS ; STEFAN VUJCIC, IVONNE M. FERRER, JOSE G. RIVERA, LI LI, AND LUIS A. COLON ; 6. FORMATION, constitution, AND REACTIVITY OF AMINO-TERMINATED natural motion pictures ON SILICON SUBSTRATES ; JOONYEONG KIM ; 7. ELECTROCHEMICAL stories OF SELF-ORGANIZED PORPHYRIN-POLYOXOMETALATE ; movies ON ITO ; GIORGIO BAZZAN, AMIT AGGARWAL, AND CHARLES MICHAEL DRAIN ; eight. TEMPERATURE based RESISTANCE AND MAGNETORESISTANCE OF unmarried WALL CARBON NANOTUBES fixed ON SILICA FIBER SURFACES ; Q. LU, V. SAMUILOV, V. KSENEVICH, T. DAUZHENKA, AND R. S. HELBURN ; nine. PROTEIN MICROARRAY SUBSTRATES WITH excessive INTERFACIAL zone utilizing SILICA COLLOIDAL CRYSTALS ; MARY J. WIRTH, COREY M. SMITH, JOSHUA J. SCOTT, AND MICHAEL E. RICE ; 10. GUANOSINE GELS FOR DNA SEPARATIONS ; LINDA B. MCGOWN AND WILLIAM S. CASE ; eleven. THE INTERFACE IN BIOSENSING: bettering SELECTIVITY AND SENSITIVITY ; JOHN I. NJAGI AND STANLEY M. KAGWANJA ; 12. clever INTERFACIAL LAYERS: SORPTION-REINFORCED CATALYTIC SUBSTRATES FOR DETECTION AND "SELF-DECONTAMINATION" ; YONGWOO LEE ; writer INDEX ; topic INDEX
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Water was found to interact with the head groups but did not penetrate into the region of the chains beyond that. 4 Å from the center of mass of the micelle. This corresponds to two to three water layers in the interface region. Figure 13. Density profiles from the center of mass of SDS micelles in molecular dynamics simulations of micelles of varying numbers of monomers, N, shown in the upper left of each plot. Solid line: hydrophobic group, dashed line: hydrophilic group, dash-dotted line: sodium ion, dotted line, water.
Interfaces and Interphases in Analytical Chemistry by Robin Helburn, Mark Vitha