2 edition of Colloid and molecular electro-optics 1991 found in the catalog.
Colloid and molecular electro-optics 1991
International Electro-Optics Symposium. (6th 1991 Varna, Bulgaria).
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by B.R. Jennings and S.P. Stoylov.|
|Contributions||Jennings, B. R., Stoilov, Stoil.|
|LC Classifications||QD549 .I62 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
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Colloid and Molecular Electro-OpticsProceedings of the INT Symposium September by B. Jennings and S. Stoylov | Jun 1, Hardcover.
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It comprises a well-integrated yet multi-disciplinary treatment of fundamental principles, strategies, and applications of electro-optic techniques for the characterization of macromolecular. Molecular electro-optics is a difficult subject for research because it incorporates areas of theoretical physics such as elec tromagnetic theory and hydrodynamics of rotational diffusion, ex perimental physics such as lasers, optics, electric pulsers, and data collection via analog to digital converters and signal aver agers, and physical.
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The first steps in electro-optics were made in the field of colloid science. This is not surprising, since for many of the optical phenomena, both the largest effects and the slowest effects can be achieved most easily by : S. Stoylov. Molecular electro-optics: an historical overview.
Electro-optical measurements concern the observation of changes in optical properties appearing as a consequence of the application of an external electric field. Most often used are the birefringence (Kerr effect), dichroism, light-scattering and fluorescence effects under pulsed electric : C.
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The applicability of methods of molecular electro-optics for the study of colloid systems is analyzed. It is shown that the basic formulas of molecular electro-optics can be applied for the calculation of electrical and geometric characteristics of particles of colloid size.
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