This book presents the survismeter, a new invention that widely covers and determines PCPs of various molecules and experimentally measures the thermodynamic and kinetic stabilities of nanoemulsions. It unveils how a survismeter can measure surface tension, interfacial tension, wettability, viscosity, friccohesity, tentropy, rheology, density, activation energy, and particle size. It discusses novel models of molecular science that can be applied in the formulation and study of activities of functional molecules through their PCPs. It also introduces the new concept of friccohesity, which has emerged as an excellent substitute of viscosity and surface tension in experimental measurements as it does not require density measurements. It shows that the science and technology of the survismeter and friccohesity have become an inevitable part of scientific research, substantially integrating the domain of perfect industrial and academic formulations.
Man Singh is dean of the School of Chemical Sciences, Central University of Gujarat, India. He earned his PhD in thermodynamics of structured liquids from the University of Delhi, India. Prof. Singh is inventor of the survismeter, oscosurvismeter, nonbreakable sodium ignition apparatus (NOSIA), and Mansingh vision meter for the visually challenged and is credited for the concepts of friccohesity and tentropy, intramolecular multiple forces theory, Mansingh equation, and Mansingh constant. His current research focuses on molecular interaction engineering of webdrimers, ionic liquids, lanthanides, and philicphobic micellar sciences.
Sunita Singh is assistant professor at Shivaji College, University of Delhi, India. She earned her PhD in biomedical biochemistry from Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, Agra, India. Her current research focuses on nanobiocatalysts and their applications, chemical modification and chemical crosslinking of proteins, production and separation of proteins/enzymes, stabilization of enzymes, industrial applications of enzymes, and bioremediation.