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100 1  Ohshima, Hiroyuki 
245 10 Biophysical Chemistry of Biointerfaces 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Hoboken :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,|c2010 
264  4 |c©2010 
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505 0  BIOPHYSICALCHEMISTRY OFBIOINTERFACES -- CONTENTS -- 
       PREFACE -- LIST OF SYMBOLS -- PART I Potential and Charge 
       at Interfaces -- 1 Potential and Charge of a Hard Particle
       -- 1.1 INTRODUCTION -- 1.2 THE POISSON-BOLTZMANN EQUATION 
       -- 1.3 PLATE -- 1.3.1 Low Potential -- 1.3.2 Arbitrary 
       Potential: Symmetrical Electrolyte -- 1.3.3 Arbitrary 
       Potential: Asymmetrical Electrolyte -- 1.3.4 Arbitrary 
       Potential: General Electrolyte -- 1.4 SPHERE -- 1.4.1 Low 
       Potential -- 1.4.2 Surface Charge Density-Surface 
       Potential Relationship: Symmetrical Electrolyte -- 1.4.3 
       Surface Charge Density-Surface Potential Relationship: 
       Asymmetrical Electrolyte -- 1.4.4 Surface Charge Density-
       Surface Potential Relationship: General Electrolyte -- 
       1.4.5 Potential Distribution Around a Sphere with 
       Arbitrary Potential -- 1.5 CYLINDER -- 1.5.1 Low Potential
       -- 1.5.2 Arbitrary Potential: Symmetrical Electrolyte -- 
       1.5.3 Arbitrary Potential: General Electrolytes -- 1.6 
       ASYMPTOTIC BEHAVIOR OF POTENTIAL AND EFFECTIVE SURFACE 
       POTENTIAL -- 1.6.1 Plate -- 1.6.2 Sphere -- 1.6.3 Cylinder
       -- 1.7 NEARLY SPHERICAL PARTICLE -- REFERENCES -- 2 
       Potential Distribution Around a Nonuniformly Charged 
       Surface and Discrete Charge Effects -- 2.1 INTRODUCTION --
       2.2 THE POISSON-BOLTZMANN EQUATION FOR A SURFACE WITH AN 
       ARBITRARY FIXED SURFACE CHARGE DISTRIBUTION -- 2.3 
       DISCRETE CHARGE EFFECT -- REFERENCES -- 3 Modified Poisson
       -Boltzmann Equation -- 3.1 INTRODUCTION -- 3.2 ELECTROLYTE
       SOLUTION CONTAINING ROD-LIKE DIVALENT CATIONS -- 3.3 
       ELECTROLYTE SOLUTION CONTAINING ROD-LIKE ZWITTERIONS -- 
       3.4 SELF-ATMOSPHERE POTENTIAL OF IONS -- REFERENCES -- 4 
       Potential and Charge of a Soft Particle -- 4.1 
       INTRODUCTION -- 4.2 PLANAR SOFT SURFACE -- 4.2.1 Poisson-
       Boltzmann Equation -- 4.2.2 Potential Distribution Across 
       a Surface Charge Layer -- 4.2.3 Thick Surface Charge Layer
       and Donnan Potential 
505 8  4.2.4 Transition Between Donnan Potential and Surface 
       Potential -- 4.2.5 Donnan Potential in a General 
       Electrolyte -- 4.3 SPHERICAL SOFT PARTICLE -- 4.3.1 Low 
       Charge Density Case -- 4.3.2 Surface Potential-Donnan 
       Potential Relationship -- 4.4 CYLINDRICAL SOFT PARTICLE --
       4.4.1 Low Charge Density Case -- 4.4.2 Surface Potential-
       Donnan Potential Relationship -- 4.5 ASYMPTOTIC BEHAVIOR 
       OF POTENTIAL AND EFFECTIVE SURFACE POTENTIAL OF A SOFT 
       PARTICLE -- 4.5.1 Plate -- 4.5.2 Sphere -- 4.5.3 Cylinder 
       -- 4.6 NONUNIFORMLY CHARGED SURFACE LAYER: ISOELECTRIC 
       POINT -- REFERENCES -- 5 Free Energy of a Charged Surface 
       -- 5.1 INTRODUCTION -- 5.2 HELMHOLTZ FREE ENERGY AND 
       TENSION OF A HARD SURFACE -- 5.2.1 Charged Surface with 
       Ion Adsorption -- 5.2.2 Charged Surface with Dissociable 
       Groups -- 5.3 CALCULATION OF THE FREE ENERGY OF THE 
       ELECTRICAL DOUBLE LAYER -- 5.3.1 Plate -- 5.3.2 Sphere -- 
       5.3.3 Cylinder -- 5.4 ALTERNATIVE EXPRESSION FOR FEL -- 
       5.5 FREE ENERGY OF A SOFT SURFACE -- 5.5.1 General 
       Expression -- 5.5.2 Expressions for the Double-Layer Free 
       Energy for a Planar Soft Surface -- 5.5.3 Soft Surface 
       with Dissociable Groups -- REFERENCES -- 6 Potential 
       Distribution Around a Charged Particle in a Salt-Free 
       Medium -- 6.1 INTRODUCTION -- 6.2 SPHERICAL PARTICLE -- 
       6.3 CYLINDRICAL PARTICLE -- 6.4 EFFECTS OF A SMALL AMOUNT 
       OF ADDED SALTS -- 6.5 SPHERICAL SOFT PARTICLE -- 
       REFERENCES -- PART II Interaction Between Surfaces -- 7 
       Electrostatic Interaction of Point Charges in an 
       Inhomogeneous Medium -- 7.1 INTRODUCTION -- 7.2 PLANAR 
       GEOMETRY -- 7.3 CYLINDRICAL GEOMETRY -- REFERENCES -- 8 
       Force and Potential Energy of the Double-Layer Interaction
       Between Two Charged Colloidal Particles -- 8.1 
       INTRODUCTION -- 8.2 OSMOTIC PRESSURE AND MAXWELL STRESS --
       8.3 DIRECT CALCULATION OF INTERACTION FORCE -- 8.4 FREE 
       ENERGY OF DOUBLE-LAYER INTERACTION 
505 8  8.4.1 Interaction at Constant Surface Charge Density -- 
       8.4.2 Interaction at Constants Surface Potential -- 8.5 
       ALTERNATIVE EXPRESSION FOR THE ELECTRIC PART OF THE FREE 
       ENERGY OF DOUBLE-LAYER INTERACTION -- 8.6 CHARGE 
       REGULATION MODEL -- REFERENCES -- 9 Double-Layer 
       Interaction Between Two Parallel Similar Plates -- 9.1 
       INTRODUCTION -- 9.2 INTERACTION BETWEEN TWO PARALLEL 
       SIMILAR PLATES -- 9.3 LOW POTENTIAL CASE -- 9.3.1 
       Interaction at Constant Surface Charge Density -- 9.3.2 
       Interaction at Constant Surface Potential -- 9.4 ARBITRARY
       POTENTIAL CASE -- 9.4.1 Interaction at Constant Surface 
       Charge Density -- 9.4.2 Interaction at Constant Surface 
       Potential -- 9.5 COMPARISON BETWEEN THE THEORY OF 
       DERJAGUIN AND LANDAU AND THE THEORY OF VERWEY AND OVERBEEK
       -- 9.6 APPROXIMATE ANALYTIC EXPRESSIONS FOR MODERATE 
       POTENTIALS -- 9.7 ALTERNATIVE METHOD OF LINEARIZATION OF 
       THE POISSON-BOLTZMANN EQUATION -- 9.7.1 Interaction at 
       Constant Surface Potential -- 9.7.2 Interaction at 
       Constant Surface Charge Density -- REFERENCES -- 10 
       Electrostatic Interaction Between Two Parallel Dissimilar 
       Plates -- 10.1 INTRODUCTION -- 10.2 INTERACTION BETWEEN 
       TWO PARALLEL DISSIMILAR PLATES -- 10.3 LOW POTENTIAL CASE 
       -- 10.3.1 Interaction at Constant Surface Charge Density -
       - 10.3.2 Interaction at Constant Surface Potential -- 
       10.3.3 Mixed Case -- 10.4 ARBITRARY POTENTIAL: INTERACTION
       AT CONSTANT SURFACE CHARGE DENSITY -- 10.4.1 Isodynamic 
       Curves -- 10.4.2 Interaction Energy -- 10.5 APPROXIMATE 
       ANALYTIC EXPRESSIONS FOR MODERATE POTENTIALS -- REFERENCES
       -- 11 Linear Superposition Approximation for the Double-
       Layer Interaction of Particles at Large Separations -- 
       11.1 INTRODUCTION -- 11.2 TWO PARALLEL PLATES -- 11.2.1 
       Similar Plates -- 11.2.2 Dissimilar Plates -- 11.2.3 
       Hypothetical Charge -- 11.3 TWO SPHERES -- 11.4 TWO 
       CYLINDERS -- REFERENCES 
505 8  12 Derjaguin's Approximation at Small Separations -- 12.1 
       INTRODUCTION -- 12.2 TWO SPHERES -- 12.2.1 Low Potentials 
       -- 12.2.2 Moderate Potentials -- 12.2.3 Arbitrary 
       Potentials: Derjaguin's Approximation Combined with the 
       Linear Superposition Approximation -- 12.2.4 Curvature 
       Correction to Derjaguin' Approximation -- 12.3 TWO 
       PARALLEL CYLINDERS -- 12.4 TWO CROSSED CYLINDERS -- 
       REFERENCES -- 13 Donnan Potential-Regulated Interaction 
       Between Porous Particles -- 13.1 INTRODUCTION -- 13.2 TWO 
       PARALLEL SEMI-INFINITE ION-PENETRABLE MEMBRANES (POROUS 
       PLATES) -- 13.3 TWO POROUS SPHERES -- 13.4 TWO PARALLEL 
       POROUS CYLINDERS -- 13.5 TWO PARALLEL MEMBRANES WITH 
       ARBITRARY POTENTIALS -- 13.5.1 Interaction Force and 
       Isodynamic Curves -- 13.5.2 Interaction Energy -- 13.6 pH 
       DEPENDENCE OF ELECTROSTATIC INTERACTION BETWEEN ION-
       PENETRABLE MEMBRANES -- REFERENCES -- 14 Series Expansion 
       Representations for the Double-Layer Interaction Between 
       Two Particles -- 14.1 INTRODUCTION -- 14.2 SCHWARTZ'S 
       METHOD -- 14.3 TWO SPHERES -- 14.4 PLATE AND SPHERE -- 
       14.5 TWO PARALLEL CYLINDERS -- 14.6 PLATE AND CYLINDER -- 
       REFERENCES -- 15 Electrostatic Interaction Between Soft 
       Particles -- 15.1 INTRODUCTION -- 15.2 INTERACTION BETWEEN
       TWO PARALLEL DISSIMILAR SOFT PLATES -- 15.3 INTERACTION 
       BETWEEN TWO DISSIMILAR SOFT SPHERES -- 15.4 INTERACTION 
       BETWEEN TWO DISSIMILAR SOFT CYLINDERS -- REFERENCES -- 16 
       Electrostatic Interaction Between Nonuniformly Charged 
       Membranes -- 16.1 INTRODUCTION -- 16.2 BASIC EQUATIONS -- 
       16.3 INTERACTION FORCE -- 16.4 ISOELECTRIC POINTS WITH 
       RESPECT TO ELECTROLYTE CONCENTRATION -- REFERENCE -- 17 
       Electrostatic Repulsion Between Two Parallel Soft Plates 
       After Their Contact -- 17.1 INTRODUCTION -- 17.2 REPULSION
       BETWEEN INTACT BRUSHES -- 17.3 REPULSION BETWEEN 
       COMPRESSED BRUSHES -- REFERENCES 
505 8  18 Electrostatic Interaction Between Ion-Penetrable 
       Membranes in a Salt-Free Medium -- 18.1 INTRODUCTION -- 
       18.2 TWO PARALLEL HARD PLATES -- 18.3 TWO PARALLEL ION-
       PENETRABLE MEMBRANES -- REFERENCES -- 19 van der Waals 
       Interaction Between Two Particles -- 19.1 INTRODUCTION -- 
       19.2 TWO MOLECULES -- 19.3 A MOLECULE AND A PLATE -- 19.4 
       TWO PARALLEL PLATES -- 19.5 A MOLECULE AND A SPHERE -- 
       19.6 TWO SPHERES -- 19.7 A MOLECULE AND A ROD -- 19.8 TWO 
       PARALLEL RODS -- 19.9 A MOLECULE AND A CYLINDER -- 19.10 
       TWO PARALLEL CYLINDERS -- 19.11 TWO CROSSED CYLINDERS -- 
       19.12 TWO PARALLEL RINGS -- 19.13 TWO PARALLEL TORUS-
       SHAPED PARTICLES -- 19.14 TWO PARTICLES IMMERSED IN A 
       MEDIUM -- 19.15 TWO PARALLEL PLATES COVERED WITH SURFACE 
       LAYERS -- REFERENCES -- 20 DLVO Theory of Colloid 
       Stability -- 20.1 INTRODUCTION -- 20.2 INTERACTION BETWEEN
       LIPID BILAYERS -- 20.3 INTERACTION BETWEEN SOFT SPHERES --
       REFERENCES -- PART III Electrokinetic Phenomena at 
       Interfaces -- 21 Electrophoretic Mobility of Soft 
       Particles -- 21.1 INTRODUCTION -- 21.2 BRIEF SUMMARY OF 
       ELECTROPHORESIS OF HARD PARTICLES -- 21.3 GENERAL THEORY 
       OF ELECTROPHORETIC MOBILITY OF SOFT PARTICLES -- 21.4 
       ANALYTIC APPROXIMATIONS FOR THE ELECTROPHORETIC MOBILITY 
       OF SPHERICAL SOFT PARTICLES -- 21.4.1 Large Spherical Soft
       Particles -- 21.4.2 Weakly Charged Spherical Soft 
       Particles -- 21.4.3 Cylindrical Soft Particles -- 21.5 
       ELECTROKINETIC FLOW BETWEEN TWO PARALLEL SOFT PLATES -- 
       21.6 SOFT PARTICLE ANALYSIS OF THE ELECTROPHORETIC 
       MOBILITY OF BIOLOGICAL CELLS AND THEIR MODEL PARTICLES -- 
       21.6.1 RAW117 Lymphosarcoma Cells and Their Variant Cells 
       -- 21.6.2 Poly(N-Isopropylacrylamide) Hydrogel-Coated 
       Latex -- 21.7 ELECTROPHORESIS OF NONUNIFORMLY CHARGED SOFT
       PARTICLES -- 21.8 OTHER TOPICS OF ELECTROPHORESIS OF SOFT 
       PARTICLES -- REFERENCES -- 22 Electrophoretic Mobility of 
       Concentrated Soft Particles -- 22.1 INTRODUCTION 
505 8  22.2 ELECTROPHORETIC MOBILITY OF CONCENTRATED SOFT 
       PARTICLES 
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