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111 2  NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Nonlinear Dielectric 
       Phenomena in Complex Liquids|d(2003 :|cJaszowiec-Ustron, 
       Poland) 
245 10 Nonlinear dielectric phenomena in complex liquids /
       |cedited by Sylwester J. Rzoska and Vitaly P. Zhelezny. 
260    Dordrecht ;|aBoston :|bKluwer Academic Publishers,|c©2004.
300    1 online resource (xvi, 392 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  NATO science series. Series II, Mathematics, physics, and 
       chemistry ;|vv. 157 
500    "Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs 
       Division." 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 0  Cover Table of Contents Introduction Photograph of 
       participants List of participants Part I: Basics for 
       nonlinear dielectric and related studies in liquids 
       Anomalous expressions for the nonlinear harmonic 
       components of the electric polarization. Theory of 
       anomalous dielectric relaxation Rotational brownian motion
       and nonlinear dielectric relaxation of asymmetric top 
       molecules in strong electric fields: the langevin equation
       approach Experimental solutions for nonlinear dielectric 
       studies in complex liquids Comments on nonlinear 
       dielectric effect measurements in liquids Effect of 
       constraints on electrostriction Douglas Kell comments on 
       'methodology' during the workshop A new technique of 
       dielectric characterization of liquids Nonlinear 
       dielectric losses and dynamics of intrinsic conductivity 
       of dielectrics Part II: Nonlinear dielectric and related 
       problems in critical liquids Dielectric properties of 
       critical conducting mixtures Nonlinear dielectric effect 
       behavior in a critical and near-critical binary mixture 
       Electric field effects near critical points Critical 
       phenomena in confined binary liquid mixtures Model of the 
       critical behavior of real systems The methods of 
       prediction of the properties for substances on the 
       coexistence curve including vicinity of the critical point
       Phase equilibrium in complex liquids under negative 
       pressure New approaches to the investigation of the 
       metastable and reacting fluids Part III: Nonlinear 
       dielectric results for liquid crystalline materials The 
       discontinuity of the isotropic mesophase transition in n-
       cyanobiphenyls homologous series from 4CB to 14CB. 
       Nonlinear dielectric effect (NDE) studies Influence of 
       pressure on the dielectric properties of liquid crystals 
       Frequency domain nonlinear dielectric relaxation 
       spectroscopy Phase behavior of perturbed liquid crystals 
       Edge dislocations in smectic a liquid crystals Part IV: 
       Nonlinear dielectric and related studies for supercooled/
       superpressed and polymeric liquids A schematic description
       of the dynamics of glass transition by the coupling model 
       Transient grating experiments in supercooled liquids. 
       Medium range ordering in liquids appearing in nonlinear 
       dielectric effect studies The cooperative molecular 
       dynamics and nonlinear phenomena Annihilation response of 
       ortho positronium probe from positron annihilation 
       lifetime spectroscopy and its relationships to the free 
       volume and dynamics of glass forming systems Influence of 
       molecular structure on dynamics of secondary relaxation in
       phthalates Electrostriction and crystalline phase 
       transformations in a vinylidene flouride terpolymer Part V
       : Nonlinear dielectric studies for biologically and 
       environment relevant materials Self-assembly and the 
       associated dynamics in PBLG-PEG-PBLG triblock copolymers 
       Nonlinear dielectric spectroscopy of biological systems: 
       principles and applications Measurement method of electric
       birefringence spectrum in frequency domain Melting/
       freezing in narrow pores; dielectric and EPR studies 
       Electrodilatometry of liquids, binary liquids, and 
       surfactants Influence of strong electric field on 
       dielectric permittivity of polycrystalline ice doped by 
       small amounts of NAOH. 
506    Available only to authorized UTEP users. 
520    Complex liquids constitute a basic element in modern 
       materials science; their significant features include self
       -assembly, mesoscale structures, complex dynamics, unusual
       phases and enormous sensitivity to perturbations. 
       Understanding their nature and properties are a great 
       challenge to modern materials science that demands novel 
       approaches. This book focuses on nonlinear dielectric 
       phenomena, particularly on nonlinear dielectric 
       spectroscopy (NDS), which may be considered a possible 
       successor to broadband dielectric spectroscopy (BDS). NDS 
       phenomena directly coupled to mesoscale heterogeneity 
       fluctuations, so information obtained in this way is 
       basically complementary to BDS tests. The book also 
       discusses the application of NDS in a set of complex 
       liquid systems: glassy liquids, liquid crystals, liquids 
       with critical point phenomena, and bio-relevant liquids. 
       The complementary application of NDS and BDS may allow the
       discovery of universal patterns for the whole category of 
       complex liquids. Written by specialists in the field of 
       nonlinear dielectric studies, theoreticians and 
       experimentalists, ranging from solid state physics to 
       biophysics, the book is organized so that it can serve as 
       a basic textbook for a non-experienced reader. 
650  0 Liquid dielectrics|vCongresses. 
650  0 Complex fluids|vCongresses. 
655  0 Electronic books. 
655  7 Conference papers and proceedings.|2fast
       |0(OCoLC)fst01423772 
700 1  Rzoska, Sylwester J. 
700 1  Zhelezny, Vitaly P. 
710 2  North Atlantic Treaty Organization.|bScientific Affairs 
       Division. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aNATO Advanced Research Workshop on 
       Nonlinear Dielectric Phenomena in Complex Liquids (2003 : 
       Jaszowiec-Ustron, Poland).|tNonlinear dielectric phenomena
       in complex liquids.|dDordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic 
       Publishers, ©2004|z140202259X|z1402022603|w(DLC)  
       2004051579|w(OCoLC)55474104 
830  0 NATO science series.|nSeries II,|pMathematics, physics, 
       and chemistry ;|vv. 157. 
856 40 |uhttp://0-link.springer.com.lib.utep.edu/10.1007/1-4020-
       2704-4|zTo access this resource 
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