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Novel approaches for probing structure and dynamics at liquid/liquid interfaces

Anna Louise Barker

Novel approaches for probing structure and dynamics at liquid/liquid interfaces

by Anna Louise Barker

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Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 2000.

StatementAnna Louise Barker.
The Physical Object
Pagination281p.
Number of Pages281
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Open LibraryOL18687606M

Molecular Structure and Dynamics at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces: perspective is emphasized by focusing on selected recent experimental results and on results obtained from molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo computer simulations. A proper account of the molecular structure of the interface is important for understanding solvation and charge. Probing Adsorption Interactions In Metal-Organic Frameworks Using X-ray Spectroscopy Surfactant adsorption at liquid/liquid interfaces: comparison of experimental results with SCF calculations and molecular dynamics simulations B. Smit, P. A. J. Hilbers, K. Esselink, M. R. Bohmer, and L. K. Koopal, Surfactant adsorption at liquid/liquid.

Here, we report a novel approach of using fluorescently labeled raspberry-like colloids with an optical anisotropy to concurrently track translational and rotational dynamics in 3 dimensions.   The solvent dynamic response to electronic transitions at several liquid/liquid interfaces is studied using molecular dynamics computer simulations. The interfaces examined are between water and one of four different organic liquids. The electronic transitions involve a change in the permanent dipole of a dipolar solute located at the interface. Two locations of the solute relative to the Cited by:

Encyclopedia of Interfacial Chemistry: Surface Science and Electrochemistry summarizes current, fundamental knowledge of interfacial chemistry, bringing readers the latest developments in the the chemical and physical properties and processes at solid and liquid interfaces are the scientific basis of so many technologies which enhance our lives and create new opportunities, its. 22/05/ 09/09/ admin catalysis, crystal growth, electronic structure, gold, liquid-liquid interface, nanoparticle, nucleation, X-ray reflectivity, XAS, XPS An NSF/EPSRC proposal with Robert Dryfe and Mark Schlossman to study nanoparticle nucleation and growth at liquid-liquid interfaces .


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Novel approaches for probing structure and dynamics at liquid/liquid interfaces by Anna Louise Barker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Because of its unusually wide breadth, this book has something for everyone interested in liquid-liquid interfaces. Topics include interfacial and phase transfer catalysis, electrochemistry and colloidal chemistry, ion and electron transport processes, molecular dynamics, electroanalysis, liquid membranes, emulsions, pharmacology, and artificial : Hardcover.

The initial chapters treat basic fundamentals on such topics as vacuum technology, while general chapters -- where appropriate -- describe theoretical methods and provide models to help explain the respective phenomena, such as band structure calculations, chemisorption and segregation.

Novel approaches for probing structure and dynamics at liquid/liquid interfaces. Author: Barker, Anna Louise. Awarding Body: University of Warwick Current Institution: University of Warwick Date of Award: Availability of Full Text.

The unique behavior of the "liquid state", together with the richness of phenomena that are observed, render liquids particularly interesting for the scientific community. Note that the most important reactions in chemical and biological systems take place in solutions and liquid-like environments.

The present work deals with a first-principles theoretical study of the liquid–liquid interfacial system of an aqueous NaCl solution with the hydrophobic liquid of carbon tetrachloride (CCl 4). Various structural and electronic properties of the system such as the inhomogeneous density profiles of ions and water molecules, hydrogen bond distributions, orientational profiles, vibrational frequency.

The present work deals with a first-principles theoretical study of the liquid–liquid interfacial system of an aqueous NaCl solution with the hydrophobic liquid of carbon tetrachloride (CCl 4).Various structural and electronic properties of the system such as the inhomogeneous density profiles of ions and water molecules, hydrogen bond distributions, orientational profiles, vibrational.

The liquid-liquid interface is that between two immiscible liquids (phase α and phase β). An interface between two phases may be defined providing a dividing line is introduced since the interfacial region is not a layer that is one molecule thick, but usually has a thickness δ with properties that are different from the two bulk phases α and β.

The structure of fluid interfaces, the air-liquid and liquid-liquid interfaces, and the nature of surfactant and polymer adsorption at such interfaces is central to our understanding of the nature of a wide range of colloidal dispersions, and a wide variety of important surface and interfacial phenomena.

These include the stability and manipulation of colloidal dispersions, emulsion stability, surface adsorption, and. As the first of its kind, this book provides a valuable introduction for scientists and engineers interested in liquid/fluid interfaces and disperse systems to the rapidly developing area of adsorption dynamics.

The Dynamics and Structure of the Liquid-Liquid Interface A General Discussion on The Dynamics and Structure of the Liquid-Liquid Interface was held at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, UK on 1st, 2nd and 3rd September, Cover The image shows concentration distributions of a reagent introduced within a flowing solvent stream from the upper phase.

Charge transfer reactions at liquid/liquid interfaces. One of the characteristics of electrochemistry at liquid/liquid interfaces is the diversity of charge transfer reactions which can be studied by electrochemical charge transfer reactions can be classified into three main categories: (a) ion transfer (IT) reaction; (b) facilitated ion transfer (FIT) reaction; (c.

CHEMISTRY AT LIQUID-LIQUID INTERFACES NL Viernes and J.S. Moore Department of Chemistry, Beckman Institute of Advanced Science and Engineering University of Illinois at U~~unu-Champaign ABSTRACT Most chemical transformations, separations and purifications often involve non aqueous systems and liquid-liquid contacts between immiscible fluids.

A study was conducted to demonstrate probing techniques for liquid and solid interfaces at the molecular level. Investigations revealed that new approaches were needed to study liquid or solid Author: Francisco Zaera. The structural, dynamical, and electrical properties of the interface between two immiscible liquids are described.

The adsorption of solute molecules and the processes of ion transfer across the interface and of electron transfer at the interface are discussed. The microscopic perspective is emphasized by focusing on selected recent experimental results and on results obtained from molecular.

Self-assembly at a liquid-liquid interface is a powerful experimental route to novel nanomaterials. We report herein a computational study of peptide nanotube formation at an oil-water interface. Structure and Dynamics of the Liquid–Liquid Interface of an Aqueous NaCl Solution with Liquid Carbon Tetrachloride from First-Principles Simulations.

The Journal of Physical Chemistry C(40), DOI: / by: In this chapter we discuss the results of theoretical and experimental studies of the structure and dynamics at solid-liquid interfaces employing the quartz crystal microbalance (QCM).

Liquid/Liquid Interfaces, Electrochemistry at Pekka Peljo Aalto University, Espoo, Finland Hubert H. Girault Ecole Polytechnique F´ed erale de Lausanne,´ Lausanne, Switzerland 1 Introduction 1 2 Theoretical Background 2 Thermodynamics for the Partition of Ions 2 Structure of the Interface and Potential Distribution 4 Charge.

By taking a fresh look at the novel nano structure engineering and surface probing technologies from a global viewpoint of fundamental principles, the two volumes of this book direct our focus from the macroscopic phase to the nano structures ranging from inorganic to bio nano materials.

Statistical ensembles for simulating liquid interfaces at constant pressure and/or surface tension are examined, and equations of motion for molecular dynamics are obtained by various extensions of the Andersen extended system approach.

Valid ensembles include: constant normal pressure and surface area; constant tangential pressure and length normal to the interface; constant volume and Cited by:.

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Molecular dynamics simulations have previously described how the physical properties across immiscible liquid–liquid interfaces should converge from aqueous to Cited by: The subject of this volume is limited in that it addresses amphiphiles at liquid/air, liquid/liquid, and liquid/solid interfaces, with litte attention paid to vapor/solid interfaces.

This volume will serve to summarize our current understanding of interfacial structure at the molecular level in these systems, and the relation of this structure.