Soft Matter under Exogenic Impacts
‘Soft Matter Under Exogenic Impacts’ is fairly unique in supplying a comprehensive presentation of high pressures, negative pressures, random constraints and strong electric field exogenic (external) impacts on various soft matter systems. These are: (i) critical liquids, (ii) glass formers, such as supercooled liquids including water, polymers and resins, (iii) liquid crystals and (iv) bio-liquids. It is, because of this, an excellent guide in this novel and still puzzling research area. Besides new results, the identification of new types of physical behavior, new technological materials, ultimate verification of condensed and soft matter physics models, new applications in geophysics, biophysics, biotechnology, are all discussed in this book.
‘Soft Matter Under Exogenic Impacts’ comes as a result from the ARW NATO brainstorming discussion in Odessa, Ukraine (8-12 Oct. 2005). It contains 31 papers prepared by key specialists in the field, which include amongst others: H. E. Stanley (USA), K. L. Ngai (USA), C. M. Roland (USA), M. A. Anisimov (USA), G. P. Johari (Canada), M.-C. Bellisent (France), A. R. Imre (Hungary), G. Floudas (Greece), Th. Kraska (Germany), A. Chalyi (Ukraine), E. E. Ustjuzhanin (Russia), J. L. Tamarit (Spain) and S. Kralj (Slovenia).
499 pages; ISBN 9781402058721
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Title: Soft Matter under Exogenic Impacts
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