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Liquid-Liquid InterfacesTheory and Methods

1st Edition

By Alexander G. Volkov, David W. Deamer

CRC Press

448 pages

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Update your knowledge of the chemical, biological, and physical properties of liquid-liquid interfaces with Liquid-Liquid Interfaces: Theory and Methods. This valuable reference presents a broadly based account of current research in liquid-liquid interfaces and is ideal for researchers, teachers, and students. Internationally recognized investigators of electrochemical, biological, and photochemical effects in interfacial phenomena share their own research results and extensively review the results of others working in their area.

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 photosynthesis. Enlightening discussions explore biotechnological applications, such as drug delivery, separation and purification of nuclear waste, catalysis, mineral extraction processes, and the manufacturing of biosensors and ion-selective electrodes.

Liquid-Liquid Interfaces: Theory and Methods is a well-written, informative, one-stop resource that will save you time and energy in your search for the latest information on liquid-liquid interfaces.

Table of Contents

Equilibrium Electric Potential Between Two Immiscible Electrolyte Solutions, T. Kakiuchi

Distribution Potential

Polarizability of the Liquid-Liquid Interface

Nonpolarized ITIES and Reference Potentials in Organic Phases

Free Energy of Coupling of Ion Transfer and Electron Transfer

Conclusions

References

Volta and Surface Potentials at Liquid/Liquid Interfaces, Z. Koczorowski

Introduction

Electrified Liquid-Liquid Interfaces and Their Electrical Potentials

Volta Potential and Voltaic Cells

Voltaic Cells with Water/Nonpolar Liquid Interfaces

Voltaic Cells with Immiscible Electrolyte Solution Interface

Experimental Methods of Investigation of Voltaic Cells

Final Remarks

References

Ion Solvation, Y. Marcus

Introduction

The Relevant Properties of Ions

The Relevant Properties of Solvents

Quantities Describing Ionic Hydration

Transfer of Ions into Non-Aqueous Solvents

Preferential Ion Solvation in Mixed Solvents

References

Adsorption Isotherms and the Structure of Oil/Water Interface, V.S. Markin and A.G. Volkov

Introduction

Surface Solution Model

Analysis of the Generalized Frumkin Isotherm

Classical Isotherms as a Special Case of the Generalized Adsorption Isotherm

Adsorption Isotherm and the Structure of Interphase

Conclusion

References

The Electrical Double Layer at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces, A. Watts and T.J. VanderNoot

Introduction

Models of Electrolytes and Double Layers

Simulations of Solvents and Interfaces

Experimental Methods

Conclusions

References

Second Harmonic Generation at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces, P.F. Brevet and H.H. Girault

Introduction

Historical Overview

Theory

Experimental Apparatus

Surface SH Origin from Neat Liquid-Liquid Interfaces

Molecular Orientation at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces

Interfacial Chemical Equilibrium

Dynamics at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces

Surface Sum-Frequency Generation

Conclusion

References

Quantum Theory of Charge Transfer, Y.I. Kharkats and A.M. Kuznetsov

Physical Mechanism of Charge Transfer and the Role of Polar Medium

Outer-Sphere Solvent Reorganization Energy

Electron Transfer at the Interface and Specific Forms of the Solvent Reorganization Energy

Ion Transfer Across the Interface of Two Phases

References

Kinetics of Charge Transfer, Z. Samec

Introduction

Ion Transfer

Electron Transfer

References

Molecular Dynamics of Charge Transfer at the Liquid-Liquid Interface, I. Benjamin

Introduction

The Neat Interface

Electron Transfer

Ion Transfer

Conclusions and Outlook

References

Photoelectrochemical Effect at Interface Between Two Immiscible Electrolytic Solutions, N.A. Kotov and M.G. Kuzmin

Introduction

Reactions of Charge Transfer at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces in Microheterogeneous Systems

Photoelectrochemical Effect at the Interface of Immiscible Electrolyte Solutions

Conclusion

References

Excited State Electron Transfer at the Interface of Two Immiscible Electrolyte Solutions, M.K. De Armond and A.H. De Armond

Introduction

Electrochemical Probing of the ITIES

Electron Transfer Kinetics

Theory of Electron Transfer Rates Across Liquid-Liquid Interfaces (from Marcus and Benjamin)

The Photochemical Redox Process

Photoeffects at the Polarized Liquid-Liquid Interface

Anomalous Photoeffects

Kinetics of Charge Transfer

The Instrumental System

Chemicals

The Future of ITIES Photoeffects

References

Amperometric Ion-Selective Electrode Sensors, M. Senda and Y. Yamamoto

Introduction

Electrochemical Principle of Ion-Selective Electrode (ISE)

Amperometric ISE Sensors

Amperometric ISE Biosensors

Electroanalytical Chemistry at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces

References

Immiscible Liquid Interface and Self-Organized Assemblies of Lecithin,

Y.A. Shchipunov

Introduction

Lecithin Self-Assembly and Self-Organization at the Interface

Interfacial Structures and Ternary Phase Diagrams

Electrointerfacial Phenomena

Methods

Prospects for Applications and Further Studies

References

Phospholipid Monolayers and Phospholipases, T. Kakiuchi

Properties of Phospholipid Monolayers at ITIES

Charge Transfer Across the Phospholipid Monolayer at ITIES

Interfacial Enzymatic Reactions at ITIES

References

Electrodialysis Through Liquid Ion-Exchange Membranes and Oil/Water Interface, A.N. Popov

Introduction

Regularities of Electrodialysis Through Liquid Membranes

Application of Electrodialysis of Liquid Membranes

Experimental Apparatus

Conclusion

References

Oil/Water Interfaces and the Origin of Life, D.W. Deamer and A.G. Volkov

Liquid-Liquid Interfaces and Chemical Evolution on the Early Earth

Environmental Conditions of the Prebiotic Earth

Sources of Prebiotic Organic Compounds

Membranes and Liquid-Liquid Interfaces

Photochemistry in the Prebiotic Environment: Synthesis of Amphiphiles

Proton Production by PAH in Hydrocarbon

Carbon Dioxide Reactivity in PAH-Alkane Systems

Conclusions

References

Electrochemical Behavior of Drugs at the Oil/Water Interface, K. Arai, F. Kusu, and K. Takamura

Introduction

Ion-Transfer Voltammetry at the Oil/Water Interface

Electrical Potential Oscillation Across a Liquid Membrane

Conclusion

References

Electrocatalysis and Electrolysis, V.J. Cunnane and L. Murtomäki

Introduction

Theory of Two Phase Electron Transfer Reactions

Model Systems

Electrocatalysis and Electrodeposition

Summary and Future Developments

References

Subject Index

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
MED008000
MEDICAL / Biochemistry
SCI013050
SCIENCE / Chemistry / Physical & Theoretical