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Dynamics in Small Confining Systems V: Volume 651. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2129448
  • Book
  • August 2001
  • Region: Global
  • 334 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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This new book celebrates a decade for this popular series on dynamics in small confining systems. The book covers a broad range of topics related to static and dynamic properties of confining systems: probing of confined systems, structure and dynamics of liquids at interfaces, nanorheology and tribology, adsorption, diffusion in pores, polymers and membranes, dielectric relaxation and biological aspects. Participants from various disciplines share different points of view on the questions of how ultrasmall geometries can force a system to behave in ways significantly different from its behavior in the bulk, how this difference affects molecular properties, and how it is probed.
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J. M. Drake
J. Klafter Tel-Aviv University.

Pierre E. Levitz
René M. Overney University of Washington.

M. Urbakh Tel-Aviv University.
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