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Physical Chemistry of Non-aqueous Solutions of Cellulose and Its Derivatives. Edition No. 1. Wiley Series in Solutions Chemistry

  • ID: 2182627
  • Book
  • March 2000
  • 208 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Cellulose is the most abundant organic polymer on earth. In solution, cellulose derivatives can form liquid crystals which take on characteristics of the solid state with unique optical and physico-mechanical properties. The author presents an overview of modern developments in the physical chemistry of solutions of cellulose and its derivatives. Physical Chemistry of Non-aqueous Solutions of Cellulose and Its Derivatives discusses:

how experimental data and computer simulation can give insight into the factors which influence the interaction of solvent and solute

how phase transitions in solution can be predicted from the solvency of non aqueous solvents for oellulose and its derivatives

the methods for obtaining thermodynamic parameters for solvation in non-aqueous solvents

the rheological properties of lyotropic liquid crystals.
The Wiley Series in Solution Chemistry fills the increasing need to present authoritative comprehensive and fully up-to-date accounts of the many aspects of solution chemistry. Internationally recognized experts from research or teaching institutions in various countries are invited to contribute to the series.
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Phase Equilibria and Liquid Crystalline Order in Solutions of Cellulose and Its Derivatives.

Influence of the Solvent on the Equilibrium and Kinetic Rigidity of the Molecular Chain of Cellulose and Its Derivatives in Solution.

Thermochemistry of Dissolution of Cellulose in Non-aqueous Solvents.

Solvation of Cellulose and Its Derivatives in Non-aqueous Solutions.

Mathematical Models of Cellulose and Its Derivatives in Solution.

Rheological Behaviour of Lyotropic LC Systems Based on Cellulose and Its Derivatives.

Index.
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Vera V. Myasoedova Institute of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.
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