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Conference Royal Society-Unilever Indo-UK Forum in Materials Science and Engineering (5th : 1999 : Mysore, India)
Title Supramolecular and colloidal structures in biomaterials and biosubstrates : proceedings of the Fifth Royal Society-Unilever Indo-UK Forum in Materials Science and Engineering, CFTRI, Mysore, India, 10-14 January 1999 / editors, M. Lal [and others].
Imprint London : Imperial College Press : Royal Society, ©2000.

Conference Royal Society-Unilever Indo-UK Forum in Materials Science and Engineering (5th : 1999 : Mysore, India)
Subject Supramolecular chemistry -- Congresses.
Alt Name Lal, M. (Munnu), 1948-
Description 1 online resource (xi, 492 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Print version record.
Contents Modelling of milk protein gels by Brownian dynamics simulation of aggregated particle networks / S. Krishna [and others] -- The friction and lubrication of keratinous biosubstrates / M.J. Adams [and others] -- Mechanical properties of model composites produced from food biopolymers: influence of biopolymer-biopolymer interfacial properties / W.J. Frith and I.T. Norton -- Understanding dry rough skin: a physical basis for the effects of dry environment and surfactant treatment on corneum fracture / S. Mukherjee [and others] -- Simulation of flexible fibres / J.R. Melrose, Z. Ning and J. Jones -- Cells and molecules in the properties of hair and wool / G.E. Rogers -- The cell biology of skin and hair / T. Kealey -- The cornified cell envelope: an important marker of stratum corneum maturation in healthy and dry skin / C.R. Harding [and others] -- Tetrameric serine hydroxymethyltransferase: insights into molecular organisation, function and rational drug design / N.A. Rao [and others] -- Functional properties of exocellular polysaccharides in dairy based foods / R. Vreeker, M.T. Pliejsier and A.M. Ledeboer -- Phase separation in mixed carrageenan systems / L. Lundin [and others] -- In praise of the hydrogen bond / T. Ramasarma -- A surface chemical analog of the tear film breakup on the cornea / A. Sharma and G. Reiter -- Molecular analysis of wheat gluten fractions by light scattering and transmission electron microscopy / G. Sreeramulu [and others].
Summary Of central importance in personal care, food, pharmaceutics, and biotechnology, biomaterials and biosubstrates formed the subject of the fifth meeting of the Royal Society-Unilever Indo-UK Forum in Materials Science and Engineering. The programme for this meeting dwelt on two principal foci: (i) new advances in the measurement of the supramolecular and colloidal structures, and (ii) the relationship of these structures to the functional properties of the materials. This volume is a compilation of selected papers presented at the meeting by world-renowned scientists who included, among others, Prof. E.D.T. Atkins (Bristol, UK), Prof. N. Chandrakumar (Chennai, India), Dr. A.M. Hermansson (Goteborg, Sweden), Dr. V.J. Morris (Norwich, UK), Prof. P. Walstra (Wageningen, The Netherlands), Dr. V. Prakash (Mysore, India), Prof. S.B. Ross-Murphy (King's College, London, UK), Prof. G.E. Rogers (Adelaide, Australia), Dr. T. Kealey (Cambridge, UK) and Prof. N. Appaji Rao (Bangalore, India).
ISBN 9781848160163 (electronic bk.)
184816016X (electronic bk.)
1860942369
9781860942365
OCLC # 828180216
Additional Format Print version: Royal Society-Unilever Indo-UK Forum in Materials Science and Engineering (5th : 1999 : Mysore, India). Supramolecular and colloidal structures in biomaterials and biosubstrates. London : Imperial College Press : Royal Society, ©2000 1860942369 (DLC) 2004351160 (OCoLC)54778610



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