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Interactions of Water in Ionic and Nonionic Hydrates

Proceedings of a Symposium in honour of the 65th birthday of W.A.P. Luck Marburg/FRG, 2.-3.4. 1987

by Hubertus Kleeberg

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physical organic chemistry,
  • Life sciences,
  • Cytology,
  • Analytical biochemistry,
  • Biochemistry,
  • Chemistry

  • About the Edition

    There is no doubt about the importance of hydration in many areas of technology, biology, medicine, science, etc. During the last years many investigations have been carried out on problems of hydration and a large amount of experimental and theoretical data has been obtained from the application of different methods. The papers presented at the symposium Interactions of Water in Ionic and Nonionic Hydrates (Marburg/FRG, 2.-3.4.1987) are divided into sections concerning the hydration of: ions, nonionic substances, biological and macromolecular substances, and surfactants. There is also a section containing methods, models and theories, which may stimulate investigations on hydrations. The success of the meeting may be due to the very different fields of interest of the participants. Thus this volume is a snapshot of the course of research in the large area of hydration. It is hoped that not only readers who are active in the research of interactions of water but also those who are involved in another scientific field and have the impression that hydration may be of importance for the interpretation of their results, will profit from this book.

    Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Hubertus Kleeberg
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH345, QD415-436
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    Pagination1 online resource (xiii, 311 pages 164 illustrations)
    Number of Pages311
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27046240M
    ISBN 103540178465, 3642727018
    ISBN 109783540178460, 9783642727016
    OCLC/WorldCa851828745

    The interactions of an imidazolium based ionic liquid (IL), namely 1-dodecylmethylimidazolium chloride [C12 mim][Cl] with two sulfonated anionic dyes, azocarmine G and methyl orange, are. Figure \(\PageIndex{2}\): Enthalpy changes and solution. There is usually very little energy or enthalpy change when ionic solids like NaCl dissolve in H 2 O since the energy needed to separate the ions from each other is not very different from the energy liberated when the ions become hydrated by attracting H 2 O dipoles around them.. Since there is a lowering of the potential energy of the.

    In ionic−nonionic surfactant mixtures, when surfactant−surfactant interactions are weak, reduction in electrostatic self-repulsion interaction energy of the ionic surfactant, due to the.   For example, nonionic water-soluble polymer interactions with ionic surfactants in solution have been investigated by means of conductance, surface tension, dye solubilization, viscosity, and dialysis equilibrium. 5−9 Protein precipitation by detergents 10−13 and more general studies of cationic polymer interactions with anionic detergents Author: Gediminas Skvarnavičius, Danielius Dvareckas, Daumantas Matulis, Vytautas Petrauskas.

    I()URN AL OF COLLOID AND INI1!RF ACE SCIENCE , - () Article No. Adsorption Behavior of Cationic and Nonionic Surfactant Mixtures at the Alumina-Water Interface LEI HUANG, C. MAL TESH, AND P. SOMASUNDARAN 1 Langmuir Center for Colloids and Inte/fGCe.s, CollIIIIhiD Yort. the interaction between surfactant and polymer in our previous work! In this paper, pyrene was used to obtain the information on comicellization of ionic and non ionic surfactants in bulk s0-lution. Corresponding changes in air-water interface was in-vestigated by measuring surface tension and changes in surfactant.


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Interactions of Water in Ionic and Nonionic Hydrates by Hubertus Kleeberg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Interactions of Water in Ionic and Nonionic Hydrates with respect to the "Interaction of Water in Ionic and Nonionic Hydrates". The meeting was attended by more than one hundred participants from 25 countries.

It will be seen from the content of the chapters in this book, which comprises the introductory papers and more or less. On the Interpretation of Isotope Effect in Moessbauer Spectroscopy.- Isotope Effects on Nuclear Shielding as a Means of Studying Solute-Solvent Interactions.- Molecular Reorientations and Local Structure in Nitrate Aqueous Solutions.- Hydration of Nonionic Substances.- Similarities and Differences in Ionic and Nonionic Hydrates The experimental investigations of water-water interactions in aqueous electrolyte solutions are confronted with the problem of the analysis of the macroscopic data on a molecular level.

In addition, the comparison of experimental results is very often difficult as the different kinds of experiments are a measure of different properties of the by: 5. Interactions of Water in Ionic Hydrates 1 K. Heinzinger and G. Palinkas The Determination of Vibrational Frequencies in H-Bonded Liquids from Molecular Dynamics Simulations 2 3 Ph.

Bopp A Model of Ion Hydration 27 D. Bratko, L. Blum and D. Wei Infrared Spectroscopic Study on Anion-Hydration in CH-C 33 H. Kleeberg, 0. Kocak and W. Luck z. Lindgren J., Kristiansson O., Paluszkiewicz C.

() Infrared Studies of Ionic Hydration in Aqueous Solutions. In: Kleeberg H. (eds) Interactions of Water in Ionic and Nonionic Hydrates Cited by: 1. Kleeberg, Interactions of Water in Ionic and Nonionic Hydrates,Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei.

A comparison of the hydration of ionic and nonionic substances may simplify our picture of complicated (i.e. biological or technical) systems and processes. We may learn to how far an extent the interactions involved may be described in a similar manner or whether more subtle approaches have to be by: 4.

We explore how two nonionic polar groups (primary amine and primary amide) influence hydrophobic interactions of neighboring nonpolar domains. We designed stable β-peptide sequences that generated globally amphiphilic (GA) helices, each with a nonpolar domain formed by six cyclohexyl side chains arranged along one side of the helix.

The other side of the helix was dominated by three polar Cited by: 3. For mixtures of ionic and nonionic surfactant the average β values are considerably smaller and fall in the range −5 interaction parameter, β, for nonionic and ionic surfactant has been observed before.

Compared to monovalent counter ions, bivalent counter ions possess higher degree of counter ion binding, leading to greater screening of charge on Cited by: The deuterium and 18O isotope effects observed in the quadrupole splitting of FeS04 4H2O hydrates and their frozen aqueous solutions (Vértes ) can be interpreted in terms of the displacement of Author: G.

Jancsó. [32,33] According to RST, the interaction energy parameter β describes the interaction between the ionic and non-ionic surfactants in mixed micelles [34,35] where more negative values of β.

Micellization and interaction of anionic and nonionic mixed surfactant systems in water Article in Colloids and Surfaces A Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects () June The sensitivity of ionic liquids (ILs) to water affects their physical and chemical properties, even at relatively low concentrations, yet the structural thermodynamics of protic IL– (PIL−) water systems at low water concentrations still remains unclear.

Using the rigorous Kirkwood–Buff theory of solutions, which can quantify the interactions between species in IL–water systems solely Cited by: Get this from a library.

Interactions of water in ionic and nonionic hydrates: proceedings of a symposium in honour of the 65th birthday of W.A.P. Luck, Marburg/FRG. [H Kleeberg;]. coteKILL, J. GOODMAN, pox-IONIC SURFACH-ACT1VE AGENTS (1) Introduction Research into the behaviour of atluettus s tlutions of nott-ictnir surface-active contlioundw of both natural (e.g.

hltoshltolihids) and sy'ntltetic (e.g. alhvlltttlyltty ethylene glycol Int~ttoetltet's) origin has het-wtte set eaten,4ive and variecl that any tACCoUnt must 1)e selective. hi making this Cited by: The papers presented at the symposium Interactions of Water in Ionic and Nonionic Hydrates (Marburg/FRG, ) are divided into sections concerning the hydration of: ions, nonionic substances, biological and macromolecular substances, and surfactants.

Surfactants are amphiphilic molecules active at the surface/interface and able to self-assemble. Because of these properties, surfactants have been extensively used as detergents, emulsifiers, foaming agents, and wetting agents.

New perspectives have been opened by the exploitation of surfactants for their capacity to interact as well with simple molecules or by: The other water-soluble, non-ionic polymers whose adsorption by clays has been studied in some detail, are polyacrylamide.

polyethylene glycol (or polyethylene oxide), and polyvinyl pyrrolidone. Unlike most synthetic macromolecules, polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) is not made from its corresponding monomer but is obtained by the controlled hydrolysis.

Monographs, Book Chapters, and Feature Articlesyy 1.P. Piecuch, \Cartesian-Spherical Transformation Formalism and the Theoretical Insight into Many-Body Long-Range Forces of the Electrostatic Origin in Multi-molecular Systems," in: Interactions of Water in Ionic and Nonionic Hydrates.

We have studied the adsorption kinetics of anionic, cationic and non-ionic surfactant at the cellulose–water interface are shown in Fig. It is shown that the rate of adsorption kinetics of cationic surfactant is very fast and the final amount adsorbed is higher than the anionic and non-ionic surfactant at the cellulose–water by:.

In this communication, the charge transfer phenomenon from ionic host lattice to nonionic guest molecule was observed by magnetization and Raman spectroscopy measurements for nonionic and ionic clathrate hydrates.

The present findings on the magnetic property of nonionic guest molecules in ionic hydrate might provide important information on the unrevealed nature of host−guest interaction Cited by: Polycarboxylate ether/ester (PCE) superplasticizers are widely used due to their molecular structural designability, low dosage and high efficiency.

However, their high sensitivity and strong interactions with clays in concrete reduce their dispersion and water-reduction capability, which can affect the performance of concrete seriously.Interaction Between Cholesterol and Non-ionic Surfactants the same number of ethylene oxide units; n ¼ 13) are quite close to each other.

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