The focus of Physical Chemistry is on the chemical and physical properties of molecules and molecular assemblies, together with their behaviour in (bio)chemical processes, their interactions in complex systems, and their phase and interfacial behaviour. Nature can be taken as an example for studying and synthesising new compounds with interesting chemical or physical properties, so that they can be used in applications ranging from LCDs, biosensors or to improve properties of food. Attention is paid to the design and synthesis of compounds with special properties. Advanced techniques are used to deal with research issues ranging from fundamental subjects like supramolecular structures, association colloids, ‘surface forces’ and wetting of interfaces, to more applied ones such as the development of organic solar-energy cells, stabilisation aspects in food technology, environmental technology and nanotechnology. In this book we briefly review the methodologies of environmental effects with emphasis on continuum solvent effect models and on interphase partitioning. We also focus attention on simpler methods that are easily applicable to larger models of complex biological processes. The applications of the described methods to various problems in chemistry and biology are listed, and selected examples of application of the methods on the description of environmental effects are given.
AUTOR: Nellie Kraum
EDITORA: Auris Reference
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