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by Felix Franks

  • ISBN: 0521099021
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  • Author: Felix Franks
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (January 9, 2009)
  • Pages: 244 pages
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Online publication date: January 2010. A common focus will be the central position adopted by water in the systems and processes described.

A common focus will be the central position adopted by water in the systems and processes described. A selective bibliography will direct interested readers to the original source literature.

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A Comprehensive Treatise. Vol. 3, Aqueous Solutions of Simple Electrolytes. xviii, 472 p. illus. Felix Franks, Ed. Plenum, New York, 1973. 1, The Physics and Physical Chemistry of Water. 2, Water in Crystalline Hydrates; Aqueous Solutions of Simple Nonelectrolytes. Science 12 Apr 1974: Vol. 184, Issue 4133, pp. 152 DOI: 1. 126/science.

Aqueous Solutions of Simple Electrolytes (Water).

ISBN-13: 978-1468483369. Aqueous Solutions of Simple Electrolytes (Water). Series: Water (Book 1).

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This volume is the last in the series comprising "Water-A Comprehensive Treatise

This volume is the last in the series comprising "Water-A Comprehensive Treatise. It was originally planned to combine aqueous solutions of macro molecules and disperse systems in one volume, but largely because of the extensive coverage required by recent developments in aqueous solutions of proteins and synthetic polymers I decided to separate topics dealing with water in disperse systems. The systems treated in the present volume are of a complex nature so that the theoretical frameworks established earlier in Volume 1 and utilized in Volumes 2 and 3 cannot at the present time be applied.

My father, Felix Franks, who has died aged 90, changed the way scientists understood water and introduced new ways of freeze-drying vaccines and of administering insulin. He was born Felix Frankfurther, in Berlin. His father, Paul, was a fine musician but obliged to run the family textile business. His mother, Henriette, died in 1931 and his father later married Nina Lachman, also a keen musician. As the storm clouds of nazism gathered, the young Felix became aware of things changing.

Interest in water in all its forms and in all its properties will continue to grow for a long time to come. It will spread over a large number of disciplines and technologies. Research into water in all its aspects has become so diverse that even those with a direct interest find it impossible to keep up with the original literature beyond a very limited range. On the other hand, scientists want to keep in touch with a wide spectrum of basic and applied research on water and the role played by aqueous solvents in physical, chemical, biological, technological and environmental processes. Water Science Reviews contains three or four critical state-of-the-art reviews of the type previously published in the seven volume work Water - A Comprehensive Treatise. Some reviews will update previously published topics, while others will feature areas of Water Sciences that have never yet been reviewed. A common focus will be the central position adopted by water in the systems and processes described. A selective bibliography will direct interested readers to the original source literature.

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