Interfacial Engineering


Lecture 1 - General Introduction Definitions


Lecture 2 - General Introduction, Definitions, Surface Tension


Lecture 3 - Surface Tension Free Energies and Adsorption


Lecture 4 - Properties over Curved Surfaces


Lecture 5 - Total Surface Energy


Lecture 6 - Interfacial Tension Entropy, Cohesion, Adhesion


Lecture 7 - Cohesion, Adhesion and Spreading


Lecture 8 - Spreading from Liquids and Solids


Lecture 9 - Spreading, Interfacial Tensions, Surface Tensions


Lecture 10 - Spreading, Contact Angles Free Energies


Lecture 11 - Spreading/Contact Angles Rough Surfaces, Free Energies


Lecture 12 - Spreading/Contact Angles Work of Adhesion, De-wetting


Lecture 13 - Work of Adhesion, Surface and Interfacial Tensions


Lecture 14 - Surface and Interfacial Tensions: Drop Weight and Wilhelmy Plate Methods


Lecture 15 - Surface and Interfacial Tensions: Wilhelmy Plate, Pendant Drop and Maximum Bubble Pressure Methods


Lecture 16 - Wetting Balance Method Spreading Coefficient Work of Adhesion Sessile Drop Method, Positive S


Lecture 17 - Indirect and Direct Methods for Positive S, Adhesion Energies Interfacial Potentials


Lecture 18 - Surface and Interfacial Potentials Distribution and Contact Potentials


Lecture 19 - Diffusion Potential Surface and Interfacial Potentials Components of Contact Potential


Lecture 20 - Electrically Charged Monolayers Gouy Theory


Lecture 21 - Equations of State, Cohesion Repulsion, Limiting Area


Lecture 22 - Condensed and Liquid Expanded Monolayers Phase Transformations


Lecture 23 - Films of Polymers Molecular Weight, Surface Viscosity Drag, Canal Method


Lecture 24 - Canal Method Joly's Semi-Empirical Correction Rotational Torsional Surface Viscometer Compressional Moduli


Lecture 25 - Magnitudes of Surface Compressional Moduli Surface Waves and Ripples


Lecture 26 - Surface waves and Ripples, Velocity Effect of Surface Tension and Surface Compressional Modulus Rates of adsorption and absorption Damping


Lecture 27 - Surface waves and ripples,velocity effect of surface tension and surface compressional modulus damping for clean and contaminated,surfaces,fiber from monolayers


Lecture 28 - Shear Elastic Moduli,Yield Stress Fibres from MLs, Surface Reactions


Lecture 29 - Surface Reactions, Comparison with Bulk-Phase Reactions Steric Factors, Inhibition


Lecture 30 - Hydrolyses of Esters by Alkali Acid or Enzyme Photochemical Reactions in Monolayers Polymerization in MLs, Lactonization


Lecture 31 - Catalytic Effects Reactions in Emulsions Complex Formation


Lecture 32 - Complex Formation Penetration into Monolayers Thermodynamics of Penetration Adsorption from Vapour Phase Mass Transfer


Lecture 33 - Introductory Concepts Resistances and their Magnitudes Evaporation and its Retardation


Lecture 34 - Evaporation and its Retardation Resistances and their Analysis Diffusional Resistance in Gas Phase


Lecture 35 - Resistances in Liquid Phase and Interface and Their Importance Some Effects and Applications, Theory


Lecture 36 - Surface Instability Theories of Mass Transfer Experiments on static and Dynamic Systems


Lecture 37 - Colloida, Aerosols, Emulsions Foams, Coagulation Smoluchowski's Theory