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Bottom-Up Self-Organization in Supramolecular Soft Matter

Principles and Prototypical Examples of Recent Advances

Bottom-Up Self-Organization in Supramolecular Soft Matter by Stefan C. Müller
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This book presents the general concepts of self-organized spatio-temporal ordering processes. These concepts are demonstrated via prototypical examples of recent advances in materials science. Particular emphasis is on nano scale soft matter in physics, chemistry, biology and biomedicine. The questions addressed embrace a broad spectrum of complex nonlinear phenomena, ranging from self-assembling near the thermodynamical equilibrium to dissipative structure formation far from equilibrium. Their mutual interplay gives rise to increasing degrees of hierarchical order. Analogues are pointed out, differences characterized and efforts are made to reveal common features in the mechanistic description of those phenomena.
Springer International Publishing; August 2015
305 pages; ISBN 9783319194103
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Title: Bottom-Up Self-Organization in Supramolecular Soft Matter
Author: Stefan C. Müller; Jürgen Parisi
 
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