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Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of interfacial phenomena, Vladimir M. Gunʹko, Vladimir V. Turov, (electronic resource)

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Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of interfacial phenomena
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Vladimir M. Gunʹko, Vladimir V. Turov
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"Preface Properties of high surface area materials and their efficiency of application strongly depend on boundary effects and interfacial phenomena. These phenomena include diffusion of adsorbate and solvent molecules at the surface of the adsorbent, physisorption and chemisorption, dissolution, solvation of solutes and solid surfaces, surface reactions, heterogeneous catalysis, relaxation and segmental dynamics of adsorbed macromolecules, phase transitions, crystallization, and melting, among others. Many of the physicochemical characterization methods give very useful and complementary information regarding complex interfacial phenomena. These methods include nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, infrared (FTIR) and other optical spectroscopic methods, differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), adsorption of probe compounds, x-ray diffraction (XRD), Auger electron spectroscopy, ultrasoft x-ray emission spectroscopy, x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), dielectric relaxation spectroscopy (DRS), and thermally stimulated depolarization current (TSDC), among others. Among these, NMR spectroscopy is the most universal, yielding very detailed structural information regarding molecules, solids, and interfaces. NMR provides information on molecular diffusion, phase transitions, melting, crystallization, relaxation, adsorption, reaction kinetics, and so on. There are a number of NMR techniques for measuring pore sizes, the two main being NMR cryoporometry, which is based on the pore-size dependence of the melting temperature of a mobile phase, and NMR relaxometry, which is based on transverse relaxation times that are sensitive to confined-space effects"--
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Gunʹko, Vladimir M
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  • Surface chemistry
  • Surface tension
  • Adsorption
  • Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
  • Adsorption
  • Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
  • Surface chemistry
  • Surface tension
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Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of interfacial phenomena, Vladimir M. Gunʹko, Vladimir V. Turov, (electronic resource)
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Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Unmodified and Modified Silicas -- 1.1.Interfacial Phenomena at a Surface of Nanosilica -- 1.1.1.Structural and Adsorptive Characteristics of Nanosilicas -- 1.1.2.Adsorption of Water onto Nanosilica Dispersed in Gases and Organic Liquids -- 1.1.3.Adsorption of CH4 in the Presence of Preadsorbed Water -- 1.1.4.Competitive Adsorption of Water and Low-Molecular-Weight Organics -- 1.1.5.Adsorption of Ice Nucleators -- 1.1.6.Aqueous Suspensions -- 1.1.7.Adsorption of Dissolved Compounds -- 1.1.8.Effects of Surface Modification on Adsorption Phenomena -- 1.1.9.Mixtures of Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Silicas -- 1.1.10.Adsorption of Low- and High-Molecular Organic Compounds -- 1.1.11.Influences of Thermal, Hydrothermal, and Mechanical Treatments -- 1.1.12.Cryoporometry and Relaxometry -- 1.1.13.Comparison of NMR, DSC, TSDC, Adsorption Data, and Quantum Chemical Models -- 1.2.Silica Gels, Aerogels, Silochrome, and Poly(methylsiloxane): Structural, Interfacial and Adsorption Characteristics, and Structure-Property Relationships -- 1.3.Interfacial Phenomena at Surfaces of Structurally Ordered Silicas -- 1.4.Thin Films and Other Moieties on Silica Supports -- ch. 2 Interfacial Phenomena at Surfaces of Mixed Oxides -- 2.1.Mixed Nanooxides -- 2.1.1.Surface Structure of Nanoparticles -- 2.1.2.Morphology, Structural Hierarchy, and Textural Characteristics of Powders -- 2.1.3.Effects of Dispersion Media: Gaseous Phase and Aqueous Suspensions -- 2.1.4.Adsorption Phenomena -- 2.2.Porous Oxides as a Function of Morphology -- 2.3.Structurally Ordered Oxides -- 2.4.Nanocrystalline and Microcrystalline Materials -- 2.5.Clays, Zeolites, and Other Natural Minerals -- 2.5.1.Silicalite -- 2.5.2.Influence of Al Content on Hydration of Zeolites of a ZSM-5 Type in Aqueous Suspension -- 2.5.3.Zeolites and Other Aluminosilicates -- ch. 3 Interfacial Phenomena at Surfaces of Carbon Materials -- 3.1.Texture of Carbonaceous Materials and Chemical Shift of Adsorbed Molecules -- 3.1.1.Graphitized Materials -- 3.1.2.Nongraphitized Carbonaceous Materials -- 3.1.3.Polar Sites on a Carbon Surface -- 3.1.4.Peculiarities of NMR Spectroscopy for Molecules Adsorbed on Carbon Surface -- 3.2.Activated Carbons -- 3.2.1.ACs Obtained from Natural Precursors -- 3.2.2.ACs Obtained from Synthetic Precursors -- 3.2.2.1.Location of Adsorbates in Porous Media -- 3.2.2.2.Effect of Weakly Polar Organics on Adsorbate Localization in Pores of ACs -- 3.3.Graphitized Carbons and Graphite -- 3.3.1.Exfoliated Graphite -- 3.3.2.Oxidized Graphite and Graphene -- 3.3.3.Intercalated Graphite -- 3.3.4.Partly Graphitized AC -- 3.4.Carbon Nanotubes -- ch. 4 Interfacial Phenomena at Carbon-Mineral Composites -- 4.1.Carbon Blacks -- 4.2.Carbonized Silicas and Mixed Oxides -- 4.2.1.Structure of Adsorption Sites on CS Composed of Nonporous Nanoparticles -- 4.2.2.Ordered Layers of Water at a Surface of CS Composed of Nonporous Nanoparticles -- 4.2.3.Influence of the Degree of Carbonization on Hydration Parameters of Modified Porous Silica -- 4.2.4.CS Modified with Zinc, Titanium, and Zirconium Oxides -- ch. 5 Interfacial Phenomena at Polymer Surfaces -- 5.1.Natural Polymers: Cellulose, Starch, Chitosan, Hyaluronic Acid, and Others -- 5.2.Synthetic Polymers -- 5.2.1.Structural Features of Polymer Adsorbent LiChrolut EN and Interfacial Behavior of Water and Water-Organic Mixtures -- 5.3.Hydrogels and Cryogels -- 5.4.Polymer-Nanooxide Systems -- 5.5.Polymers in Confined Space of Pores -- ch. 6 Interactions of Biomacromolecules with Water, Organic Compounds, and Oxides, Polymers, and Carbon Adsorbents -- 6.1.Proteins -- 6.2.Proteins in Adsorbed State -- 6.2.1.Interactions of Proteins with Oxides -- 6.2.2.Interactions of Proteins with Carbon Materials -- 6.2.3.Interactions of Proteins with Polymers -- 6.3.DNA -- 6.4.Lipids -- ch. 7 Water Associated with Bio-Objects: Cells and Tissues -- 7.1.Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae Cells -- 7.1.1.Water Bound in Weakly and Strongly Hydrated Yeast S. cerevisiae Cells -- 7.1.2.Structural and Energetic Differentiation of Water in Partially Dried Yeast Cells Affected by Organic Solvents -- 7.1.3.Effect of Disperse Silica on Bound Water in Frozen Cellular Suspensions -- 7.1.4.Effects of Nanosilica on Phase Equilibrium in Aqueous Suspensions of Yeast Cells and Gelatin -- 7.1.5.Influence of Highly Disperse Materials on Physiological Activity of Yeast Cells -- 7.2.Intracellular Water in Partially Dehydrated Bone Marrow Cells -- 7.3.Freeze-Dried Bovine Gametes with Organic Additives -- 7.4.Red Blood Cells -- 7.5.Bone Tissue -- 7.5.1.WAW and SAW Bound in Bone Tissue -- 7.5.2.Characteristics of Water Bound in Human Bone Tissues Healthy and Affected by Osteoporosis -- 7.5.3.Self-Organization of Water-Organic Systems in Bone Tissue and Products of Its Chemical Degradation -- 7.5.4.Bone Tissue Models -- 7.6.Muscular Tissues -- 7.6.1.Chicken Muscular Tissue -- 7.6.2.Effect of Dispersed Silica on Hydration of Forcemeat -- 7.6.3.Pork Meat and Fat -- 7.7.Intracellular Water and Cryopreservation -- 7.7.1.Water-DMSO Mixtures -- 7.7.2.Clusterization of Water in Ternary Systems with DMSO or Acetonitrile and Chloroform -- ch. 8 Interaction of Seeds, Herbs, and Related Materials with Water and Nanooxides -- ch. 9 Recurring Trends in Adsorption, Spectroscopy, and Other Interfacial Experiments -- ch. 10 Methods -- 10.1.Low-Temperature 1H NMR Spectroscopy -- 10.2.Low-Temperature Nitrogen Adsorption -- 10.3.Adsorption of Water and Organics -- 10.4.Polymer and Protein Adsorption -- 10.5.Infrared Spectroscopy -- 10.6.Thermogravimetry -- 10.7.Differential Scanning Calorimetry -- 10.8.Auger Electron Spectroscopy -- 10.9.Temperature-Programmed Desorption with Mass-Spectrometry Control -- 10.10.Thermally Stimulated Depolarization Current -- 10.11.Dielectric Relaxation Spectroscopy -- 10.12.Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy -- 10.13.Rheometry -- 10.14.Potentiometric Titration -- 10.15.Photon Correlation Spectroscopy -- 10.16.Adsorption of Metal Ions -- 10.17.X-Ray Diffraction -- 10.18.Raman Spectroscopy -- 10.19.AFM, SEM, and TEM -- 10.20.Quantum Chemistry -- 10.21.Conclusions
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Nuclear magnetic resonance studies of interfacial phenomena, Vladimir M. Gunʹko, Vladimir V. Turov, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Unmodified and Modified Silicas -- 1.1.Interfacial Phenomena at a Surface of Nanosilica -- 1.1.1.Structural and Adsorptive Characteristics of Nanosilicas -- 1.1.2.Adsorption of Water onto Nanosilica Dispersed in Gases and Organic Liquids -- 1.1.3.Adsorption of CH4 in the Presence of Preadsorbed Water -- 1.1.4.Competitive Adsorption of Water and Low-Molecular-Weight Organics -- 1.1.5.Adsorption of Ice Nucleators -- 1.1.6.Aqueous Suspensions -- 1.1.7.Adsorption of Dissolved Compounds -- 1.1.8.Effects of Surface Modification on Adsorption Phenomena -- 1.1.9.Mixtures of Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Silicas -- 1.1.10.Adsorption of Low- and High-Molecular Organic Compounds -- 1.1.11.Influences of Thermal, Hydrothermal, and Mechanical Treatments -- 1.1.12.Cryoporometry and Relaxometry -- 1.1.13.Comparison of NMR, DSC, TSDC, Adsorption Data, and Quantum Chemical Models -- 1.2.Silica Gels, Aerogels, Silochrome, and Poly(methylsiloxane): Structural, Interfacial and Adsorption Characteristics, and Structure-Property Relationships -- 1.3.Interfacial Phenomena at Surfaces of Structurally Ordered Silicas -- 1.4.Thin Films and Other Moieties on Silica Supports -- ch. 2 Interfacial Phenomena at Surfaces of Mixed Oxides -- 2.1.Mixed Nanooxides -- 2.1.1.Surface Structure of Nanoparticles -- 2.1.2.Morphology, Structural Hierarchy, and Textural Characteristics of Powders -- 2.1.3.Effects of Dispersion Media: Gaseous Phase and Aqueous Suspensions -- 2.1.4.Adsorption Phenomena -- 2.2.Porous Oxides as a Function of Morphology -- 2.3.Structurally Ordered Oxides -- 2.4.Nanocrystalline and Microcrystalline Materials -- 2.5.Clays, Zeolites, and Other Natural Minerals -- 2.5.1.Silicalite -- 2.5.2.Influence of Al Content on Hydration of Zeolites of a ZSM-5 Type in Aqueous Suspension -- 2.5.3.Zeolites and Other Aluminosilicates -- ch. 3 Interfacial Phenomena at Surfaces of Carbon Materials -- 3.1.Texture of Carbonaceous Materials and Chemical Shift of Adsorbed Molecules -- 3.1.1.Graphitized Materials -- 3.1.2.Nongraphitized Carbonaceous Materials -- 3.1.3.Polar Sites on a Carbon Surface -- 3.1.4.Peculiarities of NMR Spectroscopy for Molecules Adsorbed on Carbon Surface -- 3.2.Activated Carbons -- 3.2.1.ACs Obtained from Natural Precursors -- 3.2.2.ACs Obtained from Synthetic Precursors -- 3.2.2.1.Location of Adsorbates in Porous Media -- 3.2.2.2.Effect of Weakly Polar Organics on Adsorbate Localization in Pores of ACs -- 3.3.Graphitized Carbons and Graphite -- 3.3.1.Exfoliated Graphite -- 3.3.2.Oxidized Graphite and Graphene -- 3.3.3.Intercalated Graphite -- 3.3.4.Partly Graphitized AC -- 3.4.Carbon Nanotubes -- ch. 4 Interfacial Phenomena at Carbon-Mineral Composites -- 4.1.Carbon Blacks -- 4.2.Carbonized Silicas and Mixed Oxides -- 4.2.1.Structure of Adsorption Sites on CS Composed of Nonporous Nanoparticles -- 4.2.2.Ordered Layers of Water at a Surface of CS Composed of Nonporous Nanoparticles -- 4.2.3.Influence of the Degree of Carbonization on Hydration Parameters of Modified Porous Silica -- 4.2.4.CS Modified with Zinc, Titanium, and Zirconium Oxides -- ch. 5 Interfacial Phenomena at Polymer Surfaces -- 5.1.Natural Polymers: Cellulose, Starch, Chitosan, Hyaluronic Acid, and Others -- 5.2.Synthetic Polymers -- 5.2.1.Structural Features of Polymer Adsorbent LiChrolut EN and Interfacial Behavior of Water and Water-Organic Mixtures -- 5.3.Hydrogels and Cryogels -- 5.4.Polymer-Nanooxide Systems -- 5.5.Polymers in Confined Space of Pores -- ch. 6 Interactions of Biomacromolecules with Water, Organic Compounds, and Oxides, Polymers, and Carbon Adsorbents -- 6.1.Proteins -- 6.2.Proteins in Adsorbed State -- 6.2.1.Interactions of Proteins with Oxides -- 6.2.2.Interactions of Proteins with Carbon Materials -- 6.2.3.Interactions of Proteins with Polymers -- 6.3.DNA -- 6.4.Lipids -- ch. 7 Water Associated with Bio-Objects: Cells and Tissues -- 7.1.Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae Cells -- 7.1.1.Water Bound in Weakly and Strongly Hydrated Yeast S. cerevisiae Cells -- 7.1.2.Structural and Energetic Differentiation of Water in Partially Dried Yeast Cells Affected by Organic Solvents -- 7.1.3.Effect of Disperse Silica on Bound Water in Frozen Cellular Suspensions -- 7.1.4.Effects of Nanosilica on Phase Equilibrium in Aqueous Suspensions of Yeast Cells and Gelatin -- 7.1.5.Influence of Highly Disperse Materials on Physiological Activity of Yeast Cells -- 7.2.Intracellular Water in Partially Dehydrated Bone Marrow Cells -- 7.3.Freeze-Dried Bovine Gametes with Organic Additives -- 7.4.Red Blood Cells -- 7.5.Bone Tissue -- 7.5.1.WAW and SAW Bound in Bone Tissue -- 7.5.2.Characteristics of Water Bound in Human Bone Tissues Healthy and Affected by Osteoporosis -- 7.5.3.Self-Organization of Water-Organic Systems in Bone Tissue and Products of Its Chemical Degradation -- 7.5.4.Bone Tissue Models -- 7.6.Muscular Tissues -- 7.6.1.Chicken Muscular Tissue -- 7.6.2.Effect of Dispersed Silica on Hydration of Forcemeat -- 7.6.3.Pork Meat and Fat -- 7.7.Intracellular Water and Cryopreservation -- 7.7.1.Water-DMSO Mixtures -- 7.7.2.Clusterization of Water in Ternary Systems with DMSO or Acetonitrile and Chloroform -- ch. 8 Interaction of Seeds, Herbs, and Related Materials with Water and Nanooxides -- ch. 9 Recurring Trends in Adsorption, Spectroscopy, and Other Interfacial Experiments -- ch. 10 Methods -- 10.1.Low-Temperature 1H NMR Spectroscopy -- 10.2.Low-Temperature Nitrogen Adsorption -- 10.3.Adsorption of Water and Organics -- 10.4.Polymer and Protein Adsorption -- 10.5.Infrared Spectroscopy -- 10.6.Thermogravimetry -- 10.7.Differential Scanning Calorimetry -- 10.8.Auger Electron Spectroscopy -- 10.9.Temperature-Programmed Desorption with Mass-Spectrometry Control -- 10.10.Thermally Stimulated Depolarization Current -- 10.11.Dielectric Relaxation Spectroscopy -- 10.12.Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy -- 10.13.Rheometry -- 10.14.Potentiometric Titration -- 10.15.Photon Correlation Spectroscopy -- 10.16.Adsorption of Metal Ions -- 10.17.X-Ray Diffraction -- 10.18.Raman Spectroscopy -- 10.19.AFM, SEM, and TEM -- 10.20.Quantum Chemistry -- 10.21.Conclusions
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1 online resource (xxviii, 1003 p.)
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9781466551688
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(hardback)
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Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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  • (OCoLC)847728323
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