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by Makoto Takeo
Interesting applications for disperse systems exist in many areas of modern technology. Weight and cost savings achieved in engineered foams for complex designs and computer-modeled optical pigments for creating astounding effects in coating are but two examples of such diverse applications. In addition to the cost and material reductions already achieved in existing applications, future applications of disperse systems are ripe with many heretofore-undeveloped products possessing unprecedented properties. A thorough understanding of the relationship between microscopic composition and the measurable macroscopic behaviour of disperse systems is necessary for technologists to exploit the unique properties of these systems. With such an understanding, the reader will be equipped to develop new products efficiently and to effectively achieve required material properties. Professor Makoto Takeo, the renowned expert from Portland State University, addresses this need for an understanding of disperse systems in a remarkable new text. The current knowledge base is presented and the underlying principles of these systems are revealed in a straightforward and easily accessible manner. It is an indispensable work for those who want to competently enter this fascinating field, and an absolute must for tomorrow's physicists and materials scientists.
Wiley-VCH; 1 edition (March 3, 1999)
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