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Title High solid dispersions [electronic resource] / volume editor, Michel Cloitre ; with contributions by R. Besseling ... [et al.].

Published Berlin : Springer, 2010.

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Physical description 1 online resource (xiii, 249 p.) : ill.
Series Advances in polymer science ; 236 = Fortschritte der hochpolymeren Forschung ; 236
Advances in polymer science ; 236.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Note continued: 6.3. F(γ)12-Model and Flow Curves of a Simulated Supercooled Binary Liquid -- 7. Summary and Outlook -- References -- Micromechanics of Soft Particle Glasses / Michel Cloitre -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Generic Properties of Soft Particle Suspensions and Glasses -- 2.1. Composition and Architecture -- 2.2. Origin of Particle Elasticity -- 2.3. Phase Behavior of Soft Particle Dispersions: Suspensions and Glasses -- 2.4. Interaction Pair Potential in the Dense State Limit -- 3. Near-Equilibrium Properties of Soft Particle Glasses -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Micromechanical Model -- 3.3. Near-Equilibrium Radial Distribution Function -- 3.4. Shear Moduli and Osmotic Pressure -- 3.5. Comparison with Experimental Data -- 4. Wall Slip and Surface Rheology -- 4.1. Ubiquity of Wall Slip Phenomena in High-Solid Dispersions -- 4.2. Generic Features of Wall Slip -- 4.3. Theory of Soft Lubrication -- 5. Shear Rheology of Soft Glasses -- 5.1. Generic Properties of the Nonlinear Rheology of Soft Glasses -- 5.2. Model Description -- 5.3. Simulation Results -- 6. Outlook and Open Questions -- References -- Quantitative Imaging of Concentrated Suspensions Under Flow / Wilson C.K. Poon -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Experimental Methods -- 2.1. Colloidal Particles -- 2.2. Imaging -- 2.3. Flow Geometries -- 3. Image Analysis -- 3.1. General Methods -- 3.2. Locating Particles -- 3.3. Tracking Algorithms -- 4. Imaging of Systems Under Deformation and Flow -- 4.1. Disordered Systems -- 4.2. Ordered Systems and Ordering Under Flow -- 5. Conclusion and Outlook -- References -- Soft and Wet Materials: From Hydrogels to Biotissues / Yoshihito Osada -- 1. General Introduction -- 2. Tough Double Network Gels -- 2.1. Optimized Structure for Tough DN Gels -- 2.2. Necking and Hysteresis of Tough DN Gels --
Note continued: 2.3. Proposed DN Gel Toughening Mechanism: Local Damage Zone Models -- 2.4. Structure of DN Gels Characterized by Small-Angle Neutral Scattering -- 2.5. Tough DN Gels from Neutral Polymers -- 3. Friction and Lubrication of Gels: An Approach to Low Friction Materials -- 3.1. Rich and Complex Friction Behavior of Hydrogels -- 3.2. Proposed Gel Friction Mechanism: A Repulsion-Adsorption Model -- 3.3. Comparison of the Model with Observation -- 4. Gels with Low Friction -- 4.1. Friction Reduction by Template Effect -- 4.2. Friction Reduction by Dangling Chains -- 4.3. Friction Reduction by Dilute Polymer Solution -- 4.4. Friction Reduction by Substrate Roughness -- 5. Polymer Gels as Scaffolds for Cell Cultivation -- 5.1. Cell Growth on Various Gels -- 5.2. Effect of Charge on Cell Growth -- 5.3. Cell Proliferation on Tough Gels -- 6. Robust Gels with Low Friction: Excellent Candidates as Artificial Cartilage -- 6.1. Wearing Properties of Robust DN Gels -- 6.2. Robust Gels with Low Friction -- 6.3. Biological Responses of DN Gels in Muscle and Subcutaneous Tissue -- References.
Other author Cloitre, Michel.
Besseling, R. (Rut)
Subject Colloids.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783642163821 (electronic bk.)
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