Advances in Chemistry Research. Volume 21


James C. Taylor (Editor)

Series: Advances in Chemistry Research
BISAC: SCI013000

This book presents original research results on the leading edge of chemistry research. Each article has been carefully selected in an attempt to present substantial research results across a broad spectrum. Topics discussed include the antibacterial and antifouling properties of lipophilic bismuth compounds; rheology of carbon black suspensions; characterization of carbon blacks; doubly bonded molecules containing bismuth and other group 15 elements in the singlet and triplet states; growth of nanocrystals from amorphous bi; mathematical theory of noble gases; and properties of rarefied noble gas flows. (Imprint: Nova)



Table of Contents


Antibacterial and Antifouling Properties of Lipophilic Bismuth Compounds
(Appala Raju Badireddy, Shankararaman Chellam, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Duke University, Durham, NC, USA, and others)

Rheology of Carbon Black Suspensions
(Yuji Aoki, Department of Polymer Science and Engineering, Yamagata University, Jonan, Yonezawa, Yamagata, Japan)

Characterization of carbon blacks by high resolution N2 adsorption isotherms from p/po=10-7 to p/po=0.998: Application of Standard ás Data to Analysis of Microporosity of Activated Carbons
(Kazuyuki Nakai, Yoko Nakada, Masako Hakuman, Joji Sonoda, Masayuki Yoshida, Hiromitsu Naono, BEL-Japan INC, Haradanaka, Toyonaka-shi, Osaka, Japan)

Doubly Bonded Molecules Containing Bismuth and Other Group 15 Elements in the Singlet and Triplet States
(Ming-Der Su, Department of Applied Chemistry, National Chiayi University, Chiayi, Taiwan)

Growth of Nanocrystals from Amorphous Bi
(G.N. Kozhemyakin, S.Y. Kovalev, O. N. Ivanov, O. N. Soklakova, Department of Micro and Nanoelectronics, Volodumur Dahl East Ukrainian National University, Bl. Molodezhniy, Lugansk, Ukraine, and others)

Mathematical Theory of Noble Gases
(V.P. Maslov, National Research University “Higher School of Economics,” Bolshoi Tryokhsvyatitelsky Pereulok, Moscow, Russia)

Properties of Rarefied Noble Gas Flows
(Lajos Szalmas, Hatvan, Hungary)


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