By J. J. Bikerman
This e-book is created from 9 chapters and starts with a dialogue at the mechanics and actual chemistry of liquid surfaces, with emphasis on capillarity and floor pressure. the next chapters specialise in liquid-liquid interfaces, foams and emulsions, and stable surfaces. Interfacial rigidity is analyzed with regards to miscibility and floor stress, in addition to touch angles in gas-liquid-liquid structures. The bankruptcy on wetting appears at theories of touch attitude, its dimension, and hysteresis. Adsorption and electrical floor phenomena also are explored, including adhesion and friction.
This monograph could be a necessary source for actual chemists and physicists.